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Stephen Hall

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© 2020 Stephen Hall. Image courtesy of the artist.

Selected Exhibitions

  • 2021  Solo exhibitions / Stride Arts  - New York, United States

  • 2020  Solo exhibitions / Stride Arts  - New York, United States

  • 2017  Solo exhibitions / Hal Bromm Gallery - New York, United States

  • 2016  Armory Week Salon / Conception Gallery - New York, United States

  • 2016  Solo exhibitions / Buddy Warren Gallery - New York, United States

  • 2012  Solo Exhibition / Westbeth Art Gallery - New York, United States

  • 2011  Solo Exhibition / AGallery - New York, United States

  • 2006  Solo Exhibition / Limousine Bull - Aberdeen, United States

  • 2006  Solo Exhibition / Art Forms Gallery - Redbank, United States

  • 2005  Solo Exhibition / Art Forms - Redbank, United States

  • 2004  Solo Exhibition / Viscaya - New York, United States

  • 1997  Solo Exhibition / Jardin Des Artes - Tokyo, Japan

  • 1997  Solo Exhibition / Keith Keller Gallery - Guanajuato, Mexico

  • 1992  Solo Exhibition / Limelight - New York, United States

  • 1991  Solo Exhibition / East End Ensemble - New York, United States

  • 1984  Solo Exhibition / Helio Galleries - New York, United States

  • 1983  Solo Exhibition / Darinka Gallery - New York, United States

Artist Bio

Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, Stephen Hall moved to New York in 1978 and began exhibiting his work in the East Village in the early ‘80s. Stephen Hall has had a long and successful career since his arrival in New York, exhibiting in the USA, the UK, Mexico, and Japan. His work is in numerous prestigious private and corporate collections worldwide, such as the private collection of Andy Warhol, Diana Ross and Johnny Depp. Mr. Hall has illustrated numerous book covers for internationally published authors. "Red House Mystery" A.A. Milne, "High Rise" J.G. Ballard and "A Can of Worms" by Russell Greenan to name a few.


"There are no digital prints, photographs, collage, airbrush, or projections involved in my work. The subjects and ambiguous light sources are hand-painted rows and rows of acrylic colors or tones, going from dark to light in countless layers. All the patterns are drawn first around a cardboard template upon the background field color and then painted tonally to match the background. Each painting can take anywhere from three to six weeks to execute, depending on the size.


"I am interested in showing the relationships we all have, whether in time or place. I also try to show the pattern in chaos and, perhaps, the overload of information that we are bombarded with in our modern times".Stephen Hall

In the Media

Exhibitions at Stride Arts

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