Álvaro Alcázar Gallery presents a new solo exhibition by Nigel Hall, one of the most distinguished sculptors in England. 

The exhibition includes twelve sculptures made between 1995 and 2018 displaying the development of the artist’s practice. This exhibition shows the development of Hall’s focus on exploring three-dimensional space, mass and line. It shows the importance of the void as an essential factor for the artist to start creating more linear sculptures with a bigger emphasis on their geometry. 

As Hall says: ‘My work has always revolved around space. I am fascinated by the way in which geometry can be perceived in the landscape.’ Through this the sculptures are subtly incorporated into a space while maintaining the play of light and shadow characteristic to his sculptures. The works almost evoke lightness, regardless of the material used, and bestow elegance upon the environment they are placed in.