Perry and Sweety                                                     Photo: Len Bernstein

Perry and Sweety                                                   Photo: Len Bernstein

Perry A. Hall
1937 – Born, Jersey City
1960 – B.Arch., School of Architecture, Cornell University
1961 – 1963 – Military service, USMC
1964 – Married to Jane Wells Eisenhauer
1967 – Architectural License
1957 – 2006 – Worked as architect in New York City

As architect, projects include:
72nd St, 33rd St, and Astor Place subway stations, NYC Transit Authority
1998 Goodwill Games Aquatic Center
Arthur Sackler Museum of Art and Archaeology, Beijing University, Beijing
Brooklyn Museum façade restoration
CCNY Baskerville and Wingate Hall renovations
Conservatory for Clemson University
Cornell University Hotel School, Ithaca, NY (addition)|
Denver Symphony Hall
East Asian Library, Columbia University
Exhibition Structures for the Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Galveston Opera House
Hudson Valley Freedom Theater, Newburgh, NY
North Shayad Residential Development, Tehran
Pottruck Athletic Facility, University of Pennsylvania
Residences in Tokyo, New York, Ohio, Connecticut, and Lusaka
Seawolf Stadium for the State University at Stony Brook
Studio Museum in Harlem, NYC
Hotels, schools, commercial interiors and various other building types in the States and Canada.
Computer aided design and draughting since 1984
Autocad LISP programming

As architect, worked in the following firms:
1995–2006 – Dattner Architects
1992–1995 – Conklin Rossant Architects pc
1990–1992 – Private Practice and Research:
1989–1990 – Beyer Blinder Belle
1979–1989 – Prentice and Chan, Ohlhausen, Architects:
1977–1979 – HAUS International
1973–1977 – Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates
1970 –1973 – Raymond Giedraitis, Architect
1968–1970 – Andrew Blackman, Architect
1966–1968 – J. Gordon Carr Associates
1964–1966 – William B. Tabler, Architect and summers from 1958~1960
1966–1966– James McCullar FAIA & Associates, Architects

Exhibited Drawings or Photographs:
1981 – Terrain Gallery – “Aesthetic Realism and Friends”
1980 – Terrain Gallery – “Is Beauty the Making One of Opposites? – Photography”
2003 – Atlantic Gallery – “Winter Invitational Show”
2004 – Atlantic Gallery – “Winter Invitational Show”
2006 – Atlantic Gallery – “Winter Invitational Show”
2007 – “Emotion — in Black & White and Color:   1 5   Photographers”
2009 – Terrain Gallery – "The Drama in Things: Three Photographers—Amy Dienes, Steve Poleskie, Perry Hall"
2011 – Terrain Gallery – "This Great, Diverse City: How Should We See It?"

Studied in classes at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation from 1977:
“The Honoring Eye” with Nancy Starrels
“Surface and Depth, the Art of Drawing” with Chaim Koppelman
“The Critical Inquiry” with Dorothy Koppelman
to all of whom I owe the deepest gratitude for their profound effect on my work