Nicholas Hales

(b South Africa. Lives and works in Cape Town)

Nicholas Hales is a contemporary artist living in Cape Town, South Africa. He works across a number of disciplines, including painting, drawing and video/film.<br>
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He has an Advanced Diploma in Fine Art from the University of Cape Town (1992) and a Diploma in Graphic Design (1991) also from the University of Cape Town.<br>
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He has held five solo exhibitions, ‘Games’, at Tokara, Sellenbosch, South Africa (2018), ‘Adytum’, 2007 and ‘Portals’, 2005, at Joao Ferreira, Cape Town, South Africa. ‘Balance, Cape Town, Masculine and Feminine ‘, Association for Visual Arts(2002) Cape Town, South Africa and the Irma Stern Museum(1999) Cape Town, South Africa. He has participated in numerous group shows in South Africa and a number of exhibitions internationally.<br>
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He has won a number of awards for his work, including a Scholarship award for an art residence, at L’Air Arts, Paris, France in 2019, and a Merit winner, ‘What is life exhibition?’ at the South African National Museum, Cape Town, 2002.<br>
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His work is included in the permanent collections of L’Air Arts, Paris, France, Detroit Museum of New Art(MONA), U.S.A., Spier Arts Trust, South Africa and Nandos, South Africa.

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