Exhibition

David Anthony Hall

28 Sep 2016 – 26 Jan 2017

Event times

Public space open daily.

Cost of entry

Free

60 Threadneedle Street Art Space

London, United Kingdom

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  • Nearest tube station: Bank

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David Anthony Hall is back at Threadneedle Street with his large format truly immersive woodland photography which he presents in exquisite detail reproduced here on an architectural scale.

About

In a career that has spanned four decades, David has received wide critical acclaim for his work. His landscape photographs were first published in 1989 by MARCO (Hong Kong) in an article marking the 150th anniversary of photography and looking to the next generation. David’s images have been described as “providing soul for buildings” and have been exhibited all over the world. He has taken part in over forty national & international art fairs and his work is included in the private collections in over fourteen countries.

David has also taken part in more than thirty-five group shows and a number of two man shows and solo shows in London and abroad. In the UK his pictures have been seen in venues ranging from The Royal College of Art to The Royal Academy of Art and internationally from New York to Hong Kong. He often raises money for charities through his artwork and his photographs can be found in the collections of Great Ormond Street, The Royal Marsden Hospital, The Tavistock Centre, London; Paintings in Hospitals collection; Arthur Rank Hospice, St Wilfred’s and Marie Curie Hospices, England; Bergamo Hospital, Italy; and St. Anthony’s Hospital, Corpus Christi, Amistad Community Health Centre, Christus Spohn Hospital, Driscoll’s Children’s Hospital, Kindred Hospital and River City Hospice, USA.

On his recent body of work, David comments:

Following an invitation by Sony Electronics USA to attend a special function in California in the Spring of 2015, I found myself realising a childhood dream to walk in the footsteps of Ansel Adams. As the event I’d been invited to was only for a couple of days I suggested I’d be happy to attend if they were willing to loan me some gear so I could go on a road trip and visit some of the west coast’s national parks! This suggestion went down so well that I embarked on a 3,239 mile road trip from San Diego to Seattle, taking in Sequoia, Kings Canyon,Yosemite, Redwood and Olympic National Parks, turning a two day trip into a three week adventure. I repeated the trip in the Autumn starting in LA this time and adding a few National Parks & State Parks in Oregon to my itinerary. Here you will see a small selection from these travels. 

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Curators

Vanessa Brady

Vanessa Brady

Exhibiting artists

David Anthony Hall

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