Graham C. Hall, (b. 1975, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada)
lives and works, Montreal, Quebec, Canada


2000-2001  OCAD Florence, Italy.  Advanced Visual Studies Certificate programme
1997-2000  OCAD, Toronto.  Drawing and Painting Major



2018  "Secret Work/Travail Secret", Monastiraki, Montreal

2016  "Better Architectures", Galerie Youn, Montreal

2015  "Optimistic Pictures", Monastiraki, Montreal

2014  "2013", Monastiraki, Montreal
2013  "Portraits", Espace POP, Montreal
2011  "Environs", Monastiraki, Montreal
2010  "Paintings", Cafe Le Boui Boui, Montreal
2008  "Weekend Star", Cafe Le Cagibi, Montreal
2004  "Higgledy-Piggledy Hodge-Podge", Cafe X, Concordia U., Montreal
2003  "the Gathering Shadow", Katherine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects,      Toronto
          "Premium Top Quality", the Cameron House Tavern, Toronto
2002  "Not To Scale", the Cameron House Tavern, Toronto
2001  "The Foreign State of Heads", 1080 Bus Gallery, Toronto
2000  "Multi", AWOL Gallery, Toronto



2014  "Space Invaders", Oshawa
2013  "Par Armure", articule, Montreal
2012  "Change", articule, Montreal
2011   "Le Pustule Fluide", Cafe Le Boui Boui, Montreal
            "Je Me Souvenir", articule, Montreal
2010  "the Beach, Light, and Heat", articule, Montreal
             "Pied Carre", Galerie Zone Orange, Montreal
2009  "Food", articule, Montreal
             "Square Foot", AWOL Gallery, Toronto
             "Pied Carre", Galerie Zone Orange, Montreal
2007  "Video Barf", Saw Gallery, Ottawa
2006  "No Bones", Casa del Popolo, Montreal
             "Laser Lumiere", Sala Rosa, Montreal
2005  "the Electric Art Derby", Casa del Popolo, Montreal
2003  "Square Foot", AWOL Gallery, Toronto
2002  "Exit", Acadia Gallery, Toronto
             "the Dark Movement", Art System, Toronto
             "Wreckroom", Art System, Toronto
2001   "Energy Implosion:  the (905) imagination", Robert McLaughlin Gallery,            Oshawa
              "Nostra Mostra Mostro", Atrium Gallery Cafe, OCAD, Toronto
              "Insieme", OCAD studio, Florence, Italy
2000  "Frizzante", OCAD studio, Florence, Italy
              "Mini-Me", Spin Gallery, Toronto
              "Blindness", AWOL Gallery, Toronto
              "Kensington Outdoor Art Review", Kensington Market, Toronto
              "Seven Like July", Atrium Gallery Cafe, OCAD, Toronto
              "Dream", Spin Gallery, Toronto
              "Graduate Exhibition", OCAD, Toronto
              "House Painting" (collaborative painting), the Cameron House Tavern, Toronto
1999     "Grand Opening Exhibition", Art System, Toronto
              "Transformers", OCAD Gallery, Toronto
1998     "Grass Stains", Atrium Gallery Cafe, OCAD, Toronto
1997/98  "Annual Student Exhibition", OCAD, Toronto
1996     "Second Year Painting Exhibition", IDA Gallery, York U., Toronto


2001  Advanced Visual Studied in Florence Certificate, OCAD, granted
2000  Best in Show, Kensington Outdoor Art Review, Toronto
          AOCAD (Associate of the Ontario College of Art and Design) conferred
          Eric Freifeld Award for draughtsmanship, OCAD
1999  David L. Stevenson and Son drawing and painting award, OCAD


2003 to present  member of articule artist run centre, Montreal, (past member and president Board of         Directors, programming committee, fundraising committee, members' exhibition coordinating committee, etc., etc., etc.....)

2010 to present  member ARCMTL Board of Directors


Since 2001 I have been involved in visual arts coordination and exhibition in a variety of ways.  From December 2001 to June 2002 I worked as co-director of the rather infamous Art System gallery in Toronto, curating and co-curating several exhibitions and events.  Since moving to Montreal in 2002 I have been involved with articule, one of the oldest artist run centres in Canada.  I have worked as a freelance gallery technician, assisted numerous students with exhibition coordination, and taught children.  For several years I was employed at Toronto's legendary Cameron House tavern.  From 2008 to 2015 I worked as a custom picture framer.  Since 2005 I have exhibited at Montreal's annual small press fair, ExpoZine.  Basically, since leaving high school, I have managed to keep my work life almost entirely within the visual arts milieu.


Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario





New York