Doug Hall is an internationally known artist who has worked for over 40 years in a wide range of media, including performance, installation, video, and large-format photography. In the 1970s he gained prominence for his collaborative work with the media art collective T. R. Uthco, which, among many other works, created the video and installation The Eternal Frame, 1976 (in collaboration with Ant Farm), a reenactment of the Kennedy assassination, filmed in Dealey Plaza, Dallas. A selection of public collections featuring his work includes SFMOMA; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; the Berlinische Galerie, Berlin; Museum für Moderne Kunst, Vienna; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. He has received grants and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts; California Arts Council; Fulbright Foundation; Rockefeller Foundation; and Guggenheim Foundation. In 1995 he received the Rome Prize, awarded by the American Academy in Rome. He is Professor Emeritus at San Francisco Art Institute where he taught from 1980 until 2008. From 2008 through 2015 he was Visiting Artist in Graduate Fine Arts at California College of the Arts.
–Courtesy of Headlands Center for the Arts
Framing Courtesy of The Painters Place
Image rights: Courtesy of the artist and Benrubi Gallery, NYC