7 September—23 October 2011
In the Weston Rooms
The Royal Academy of Arts Artists’ Laboratory 03 features previously unseen drawings and sketches by Nigel Hall RA, as well as the pure geometric abstract sculptures and drawings, for which he is well known.
Nigel Hall RA, 'Death Valley', February 1969. Oil pastel, 22.3 x 28.5. Image Courtesy of the Artist.
This exhibition contains over one hundred works and reveals a less familiar side of Hall’s work and practice. The display showcases a selection of landscape sketches, inspired by Hall’s global travels including works drawn in Australia, Italy, Japan, Switzerland and the USA.
"My work has always been about place. I am fascinated by the way geometry can be discerned in landscape, and my preferred landscapes are mountains or the desert." Nigel Hall RA
Works in the exhibition are available for sale. Click here to download a list of works (39 KB)
Please note: The exhibition will close early (2pm) on Saturday 1 October
Artists’ Laboratory is an annual programme of exhibitions providing Royal Academicians with the opportunity to explore new ideas within their artistic practice, whilst enabling the public to experience less familiar aspects of their work.