Pippa Hale is a contemporary artist whose practice centres around social history and geography and her work includes large-scale installations both in heritage venues and the public realm.
Pippa studied at the University of Leeds. Her previous projects include ‘Consumption’ for Ripon Museums Trust; ‘Seat’ for Pannett Art Gallery (Whitby) with Arts & Hertiage, ‘Beyond The Dustheaps’ at the Dickens Museum (London); ‘Pool’ a temporary installation at Leeds International Pool commissioned by Leeds City Council and ‘North and South’ for Southampton Art Gallery.
Pippa recently returned to full-time practice after co-founding The Tetley Centre For Contemporary Art on South Bank, Leeds which was developed from a small-scale artist-led space into an award-winning gallery with trading arm.
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