Richard Long: a straight line. Photograph taken at the British Museum, London.

Richard Long: a straight line. Photograph taken at the British Museum, London.

Richard Long (1945) Les artistes travaillant dans le paysage ont largement utilisé la photographie pour attester de leur action. Sahara line, 1988

Richard Long (1945) Les artistes travaillant dans le paysage ont largement utilisé la photographie pour attester de leur action. Sahara line, 1988

River Po Line by Richard Long. This man loves paths and circles!

River Po Line by Richard Long. This man loves paths and circles!

Richard Long, CIRCLE IN ALASKA BERING STRAIT DRIFTWOOD ON THE ARCTIC CIRCLE 1977

Richard Long, CIRCLE IN ALASKA BERING STRAIT DRIFTWOOD ON THE ARCTIC CIRCLE 1977

Earthworks of Richard Long | For Richard Long the art of working with nature is almost always about the journey. He describes some of his works as walks themselves, and other works as sculptures made along his way. In many cases he appropriates natural materials to create new configurations, designs and patterns from them. In others he further splits these geometries in a return to more naturalistic forms.

Profound Earthworks of Richard Long

Earthworks of Richard Long | For Richard Long the art of working with nature is almost always about the journey. He describes some of his works as walks themselves, and other works as sculptures made along his way. In many cases he appropriates natural materials to create new configurations, designs and patterns from them. In others he further splits these geometries in a return to more naturalistic forms.

Richard Long ‘Dartmoor Walks’, 1972 The image records all the walks the artist had made on Dartmoor, each of them a ritualised work of art. The image doesn’t show the different nature of these works but simply records their locations: the lines correspond to the location of each walk as seen on a 1 inch : 1 mile Ordnance Survey map.

Richard Long ‘Dartmoor Walks’, 1972 The image records all the walks the artist had made on Dartmoor, each of them a ritualised work of art. The image doesn’t show the different nature of these works but simply records their locations: the lines correspond to the location of each walk as seen on a 1 inch : 1 mile Ordnance Survey map.

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