The British Are Coming

Group show with Nathaniel Mellors, Phillip Argent and David Hockney.

Andrew Hall is proud to be exhibiting in a major group show, ‘British Invasion’ which also features work from artists Nathaniel Mellors, Phillip Argent and David Hockney.

The show marks the 50th anniversary of the original ‘British Invasion’ of 1966, when fresh young bands like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Who stormed the US music charts.

Opening on November 19th at the Museum of Art and History (MOAH) in Lancaster, CA this landmark exhibition celebrates the work of some of the most prominent British artists working in California today.

Visit MOAH for more.

Time and Motion: New Works

Andrew Hall collaborates with bespoke watchmaker Roger Smith to create beautiful images inspired by time.

Roger Smith is considered one of the finest watchmakers in the world, making only ten pieces each year, completely by hand. He was recently commissioned to make a unique piece by the British government for the GREAT Britain Campaign highlighting the very finest of British craft and creativity.

See the full series here.

Visit rwsmithwatches.com to see the project.







GREAT Britain Showcase

Andrew Hall at the International Festival of Business

Andrew Hall Editions is proud to have been invited to exhibit two large photographic prints (‘The Alchemist’ and ‘Burst Into Heaven’) as part of the GREAT Britain showcase at the 2016 IFB in Liverpool, inaugurated by Her Majesty The Queen.

Over 30,000 delegates from 100 countries visited this year’s festival and were treated to a vast diversity of creativity and innovation. Delivered by UK Trade and Investment, the government department that motivates British trade and business globally, the IFB is the biggest business festival in the world.







DIS/EXISTS

Andrew Hall Exhibits at MOPLA

Date Friday, April 15
Time 6-9pm

DIS/EXISTS is a group show during the Month of Photography Los Angeles (MOPLA) that brings together photographs of two seemingly contradictory but co-existing perspectives. On the one hand, the works posit a scientific approach which is not always objective; and on the other hand, they embrace the pursuit of pure beauty which can appear highly analytical.

On view through May 15, 2016

Downtown Photoroom 1933 S. Broadway, Suite 1242, Los Angeles CA 90007

mopla.org