Nigel Hall is one of Britain’s most distinguished sculptors. His works, principally made of polished wood or steel, are concerned with three dimensional space, mass and line. His abstract drawings and geometric sculptures give as much prominence to voids and shadows as to the solidity of material and each work changes with light and viewpoint reflecting the landscapes that inspired them.   

Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer

The exhibition is now open by appointment and online.
Appointments will be available on Fridays and Saturdays or by special arrangement.
Email to enquire. Time slots will be issued on a first come first served basis.
The full exhibition is now available to view online at and additional content will be released across the season.

"We love the relationship that Nigel Hall’s sculpture “Passage” has with the passing of time. Across the course of the day, the Corten steel sculpture shifts and changes as the shadows move across it’s elegant pared-back form. The sculpture is animated and enlivened by being outside and embedded in the landscape. Approached from higher ground, as you walk down towards the water garden, “Passage” is a revelation every time, and each time offers a different experience."

Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer 

Fulmer Common Road,
SL3 6HG 
(Entrance opposite the cricket club) 


Image credit. Corey Bartle-Sanderson. Courtesy of Brooke Benington 

Nigel Hall at Annely Juda Fine Art Gallery

5th November to 18th December 2020

Annely Juda Fine Art
4th Floor, 23 Dering Street
London W1S 1AW


Tangled Up in Blue and Black 2020

3 Sculptors - Online exhibition
Anthony Caro, Nigel Hall, David Nash

Annely Juda Fine Art is delighted to present its second exclusively online exhibition entitled 3 Sculptors, featuring work by Anthony Caro, Nigel Hall and David Nash. 

Crossing Vertical 2006(Barnsley)

As part of the online exhibition at Annely Juda Fine Art, Nigel was interviewed about his work and in particular Crossing (vertical).  To listen to Nigel at his London studio and to view images of Crossing (vertical) in alternative locations follow the link below. The video interview is at the bottom of the link.

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Crossing (vertical) 2006

Online Exhibitions

Three new shows curated during and for lockdown, to be enjoyed in the virtual world. Still very busy in the studio Nigel is drawing, making and planning for future exhibitions. In the meantime we hope you enjoy seeing some work you may not have seen before.

Cacti near La Paz Mexico 2  october 1989
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MI CASA, 7ª semana de confinamiento at Álvaro Alcázar Gallery

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Virtual collective exhibition

From Álvaro Alcázar Gallery we have launched a project focused on stressing the importance of staying home for the past few weeks.

We have invited all artists to send us photographs and details of works related to houses and the concept of home regardless of the medium or size. The principal idea was to emphasize this idea of staying home. We have published most of the artworks that have been sent to us under the hashtags already known as #myhome, #stayathome, #istayathome and also others specific of the project as #whithartistayathome and #arthouse.

After these seven weeks, we finished this project and we want to thank all the artists who have participated in it who have followed us day by day through Social Networks. This thank note is also extended to all those who have sent us signs of support. We are very proud to have been able to bring some joy in these sad weeks.

12 Images 12 Poems

Starting in January and running throughout 2020 Trinity College, Cambridge will be showing 12 Images 12 Poems.
One image each month to reflect the appropriate month. Sadly now closed until further notice. All prints are available to view on our Prints page.
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Nigel Hall and Andrew Lambirth have collaborated on various projects over the years. For this particular project, their work developed simultaneously and organically, supporting each other's practice and vision.

These twelve prints and poems came out of conversations loosely based on the calendar months, of our seasons, of love and loss.

Printed by the Print Studio, Cambridge. Presented in a solander box in edition of 75.

Contact: London UK

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