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.
UPCOMING AND CURRENT EXHIBITIONS
Tangled up in Blue, Annely Juda Fine Art Gallery
2nd December 2020 - 20th February 2021
Currently closed due to Covid restrictions
Annely Juda Fine Art
4th Floor, 23 Dering Street
London W1S 1AW
Annely Juda Fine Art's virtual tour of Nigel's exhibition Tangled up inBlue
Tangled up in Blue 2020
Nigel Hall Solo Exhibition
Mo J Gallery, South Korea
18th September 2020 - 28th February 2021
1738 2017 Acrylic and charcoal
10 years of Aldeburgh Inspiration
Caroline Wiseman invites you to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Aldeburgh Beach Lookout and Arthouse with a special exhibition featuring works by major Artists who have come to Aldeburgh and been inspired by it.
This is a rare opportunity to look around the Arthouse, Aldeburgh Beach with its spectacular collection of works, many of which are for sale - we have chosen just a few to highlight.
(31 Crag Path, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5BS).
Email Caroline for 1 hour viewing slots, open Friday 6th November 2020.
Littoral I 2011
Three 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.
MI CASA, 7ª semana de confinamiento at Álvaro Alcázar Gallery
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.