Nigel Hall: sculpture and works on paper

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Royal Academy of Arts, Sep 1, 2008 - Art - 159 pages
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One of the foremost sculptors of his generation, Nigel Hall’s preoccupation with space and balance has led him to create some of the most beautiful works of sculpture in the last thirty years.


The first comprehensive survey of Hall’s work, this beautifully produced book includes an extensive selection of images, not only of finished work, but also of working drawings that reveal Hall as a consummate draftsman. As he considers the artist’s early spatial constructions and most recent public pieces, author Andrew Lambirth thoughtfully examines the artist’s career, providing insight into his development and working method. Hall’s sculptures are in the collections of many American museums.

Hall's work is in the following North American collections:
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
The Art Institute of Chicago
Dallas Museum of Fine Art, Texas
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California

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About the author (2008)

Andrew Lambirth is the art critic for The Spectator and has written numerous art books.

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