Lily Hall

Curator at The Showroom

Lily Hall is a curator at The Showroom, London, with a programme focused on collaborative approaches to cultural production within its locality and beyond. She combines this with an interdependent curatorial practice. 

Selected recent international curatorial projects include Muros Blandos, ser entre bordes, [Soft Walls, Being Between Borders], co-curated with Daniela Berger and Mette Kjærgaard Præst at Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allende (MSSA), Santiago, Chile, 2017-18; Jaroslav Kyša: Fifth Force at Zahorian & Van Espen, Prague, 2018; Surface Tensions, Pavla and Lucia Scerankova at Pump House Gallery, London in partnership with Czech Centre, London, 2017.

Often exploring the spaces between publishing, experimental print-based platforms and exhibition making as a curator and writer, Lily has worked in curatorial and editorial capacities over the past decade with institutions in the UK including the Jerwood Foundation (2009-10) Calvert 22 (2012-15), Raven Row (2016) and Chisenhale Gallery (2017) amongst others; and on collaborative projects within and beyond these institutional frameworks.

Recent teaching and visiting lecturer roles have included contributions at the School of Fine Art (MPhil/PhD programmes) at the Royal College of Art, London, 2017; and Exhibition Studies (MRes programme) at Central St Martins, London, 2019-21.Between 2016-17 she was a member of the jury for the Oskár Čepan Award for contemporary art, Slovakia. She holds an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art, London, and BA in Art History and Literature from the University of East Anglia, UK.

Lily Hall, a white-skinned person with shoulder length curly hair is standing in front of a bookshelf looking in the upright corner of the image. Framed from the chest up, Lily is wearing a dark sweater. The photograph is black and white.

Lily Hall