Nationality: New Zealand
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Born in 1957, New Zealand

After graduating from Elam School of Fine Arts in 1977, Paul Radford  begun to exhibit in solo exhibitions within a year of graduating; and was represented by Barry Lett Galleries from 1979. He has led a varied and illustrious career – working as the lead scenic artist on a number of international films (including King Kong and the World’s Fastest Indian); as well as having had a bevy of sell out shows both in New Zealand and internationally.

Radford’s work has been exhibited throughout New Zealand and is held in the collections of the Auckland Art Gallery, Christchurch Art Gallery, and Te Papa Gallery, Wellington.