"RICHARD LONG: WALKING AND MARKING". Collectif. Editions National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh. 2007.
RICHARD LONG: WALKING AND MARKING
"RICHARD LONG: WALKING AND MARKING". Collectif. Editions National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh. 2007. Grand in-8, dos droit, format oblong, couverture souple cartonnée illustrée à rabat. 108 pages. Texte en anglais, avant-propos de John Leighton & Keith Hartley, illustré de très nombreuses reproductions photographiques noir & blanc et couleurs, pleine page pour la plupart. Ouvrage réalisé dans le cadre de l'exposition éponyme à la Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, du 30 Juin au 23 Octobre 2007.
"Richard Long is one of the most influential artists of our time. His innovative, beautiful and thought-provoking work can be seen in museums all over the world. Born in 1945, Long is a pioneer of Land Art. His art has its origins in walking: his works of the 1960s record the walks, while subsequent works, made in predominantly remote and wilderness landscapes, use simple, natural materials such as stones, sticks and water. Employing the universal forms of lines, circles and spirals, his art speaks of man's relationship with the natural world. This book, designed in collaboration with the artist, focuses primarily on work he has made in the past decade. It includes a selection of photographic and text works, mud and China clay drawings, and works made on driftwood and found objects. It also documents some of his recent, major projects."