Walking in Circles (Richard Long)

Walking in Circles (Richard Long) soon to be presented for sale on the stupendous BookLovers of Bath web site!

Published: London: Thames & Hudson, 1991, Paperback.

Published to accompany an exhibition held at the Hayward Gallery on 14th of June to 11th of August 1991. Includes essay by Anne Seymour and an interview with Richard Long by Richard Cork. Also a laid in catalogue to the exhibition. Contains: Black & white photographs [130]; Colour photographs [63];

From the cover: Richard Long is acknowledged worldwide as one of the finest British contemporary artists. Born in Bristol in 1945, Long represented Britain at the 1976 Venice Biennale when he was only 31, and his stature and international reputation have continued to grow steadily. In 1989 he was awarded the Turner Prize for his contribution to British art.

Richard Longs art takes the form of walks, sculptures and mud works. His walks through the landscapes of the world, whether the Sahara Desert, Dartmoor, Japan or Bolivia, are recorded either by photographs of sculptures made along the way from materials immediately to hand, or by maps and text works, which evoke experiences of time, places and ideas. His sculptures in galleries are made by arranging natural materials, usually stone or wood;…

Very Good. A trace of age-toning to the margins of the wrappers otherwise a very well presented copy.

263 pages. Index. 10¼” x 11¾”.

Of course, if you don’t like this one, may I beguile you with my offerings from my intriguing Art Exhibitions catalogue?

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