London: Tate, 2009.
Illustrated by Richard Long. Hardcover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #15100
Light edgewear, otherwise light wear. Solid oversize trade paperback.; Exhibition catalog, Tate Britain, London, 3 June-6 September 2009. Reprinted with corrections. "Long's work represents a dialogue with nature using both its landscapes and materials. He engages time and space through the medium of walking. Sometimes he leaves traces of his passage - sculptures made along the way of wilderness walks throughout the world. This book, designed in collaboration with the artist, providing a new opportunity to understand his radical rethinking of the relationship between art and landscape. It features an introduction by Nicholas Serota, Director, Tate, a conversation between long and fellow artist Michael Craig-Martin, an extensive essay by Tate curator Clarrie Wallis, as well as an overview of Long's artist's books and other publications by Andrew Wilson, curator of Modern and Contemporary British Art at Tate." - rear blurb. "Long's work has broadened the idea of sculpture to be a part of performance art and conceptual art. His work typically is made of earth, rock, mud, stone and other nature based materials. In exhibitions his work is typically displayed with the materials or through documentary photographs of his performances and experiences." - Wikipedia. ; 240 pages.