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Hugo Dalton

Running Lines

2017 | Bronze, steel and timber

Beginning as a series of dynamic drawings that captured the swift movements of Atlanta Falcons players during practice, Running Lines, by British multimedia artist Hugo Dalton, embodies the team’s agility. The 16-foot-long curvilinear sculpture combines both conceptual and applied art, while forming a counterpoint to the stadium’s geometric architecture. Visible from unique vantages, the silhouette of the elegant work appears to shift as it reflects light from every angle.


Hugo Dalton

Hugo Dalton

London, England

Hugo Dalton begins every work by drawing directly from life with pencil and paper. With each artwork, he captures the energy of a given situation and allows its location to take on new life. Art critic Edward Lucie-Smith describes Dalton's work as “a rebellion towards elegance.” The artist’s work has been exhibited at Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England; The Carrousel du Louvre, Paris, France; Courtauld Institute of Art, London, and the Today Art Museum, Beijing, China. He has undertaken large-scale commissions for Tiffany & Co., Swire Properties, Barneys New York, Park Hyatt hotels and Derwent London, and his collectors include Kay Saatchi, Anthony de Rothschild, Sam Parker Bowles and David Roberts. A London native, Dalton earned a first-class degree in fine art and art history from the city’s Goldsmiths College, University of London.

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