Marilyn Hallam

b. 1947, United Kingdom

Marilyn Hallam was born in Yorkshire in 1947. She studied fine art at the University of Reading where she met and married the painter Clyde Hopkins.

Solo exhibitions include the early Bakehouse Gallery, Vortex Gallery, Smith Jariwala Galleries, Against the Grain SE1 Gallery London and Towner Gallery Eastbourne. Group shows include Castlefield Manchester with Paul Tonkin and Jeff Hollow; Art in Hospitals Project Hastings with Clyde Hopkins, opened by Adrian Berg and Three Artists; Hastings Museum and Art Gallery; Platform 72 MOMA Oxford, curated by Nick Serota; Whitechapel Open selected by Bert Irvin; Contemporary Art Society Market; The Spirit of London Festival Hall; Rooms, curated by Jenni Lomax; Watercolour Curwen Gallery, curated by Joan Key. Art 91 Olympia; Made in Greenwich, curated by Cuillin Bantock (catalogue);Stormont Studios, Rye; Delight at the Holden Gallery Manchester, curated by David Sweet (catalogue); Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (2003 & 2012); Clifford Chance/University of Greenwich 2011 (catalogue), Small is Beautiful Flowers East 2014. Hallam’s work is held in numerous public, private and corporate collections in the United Kingdom, Europe and USA.