Hamish Fulton, ‘/ Untitled (Badlands, South Dakota; Woodstock, New York; Ivinghoe Beacon, Buckinghamshire; Woodstock, New York)’, 1969-1970, Photography, Black and white vintage photographs (gelatin silver print, acid-free cardboard and wood frame), Bergamin & Gomide
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Hamish Fulton

/ Untitled (Badlands, South Dakota; Woodstock, New York; Ivinghoe Beacon, Buckinghamshire; Woodstock, New York), 1969-1970

Black and white vintage photographs (gelatin silver print, acid-free cardboard and wood frame)
6 1/10 × 10 1/5 in
15.5 × 26 cm
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São Paulo
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Hamish Fulton
British, b. 1946
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Like Richard Long, Hamish Fulton is a self-characterized “walking artist” who generates photographs, sketches, and text pieces based on the experience of each walk. During visits to South Dakota and Montana in the 1960s, Fulton decided that art should be about life, not about producing objects. Keenly interested in Native American cultures and Buddhist meditation practices, Fulton has walked in more than 25 countries in the past 30 years, including trips to the tops of Mount Everest and Denali. “If I do not walk, I cannot make a work of art,” Fulton explains. “The physical involvement of walking creates a receptiveness to the landscape. I walk on the land to be woven into nature. A road walk can transform the everyday world and give a heightened sense of human history.”

Hamish Fulton, ‘/ Untitled (Badlands, South Dakota; Woodstock, New York; Ivinghoe Beacon, Buckinghamshire; Woodstock, New York)’, 1969-1970, Photography, Black and white vintage photographs (gelatin silver print, acid-free cardboard and wood frame), Bergamin & Gomide
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About the work
Exhibition history
Hamish Fulton
British, b. 1946
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Like Richard Long, Hamish Fulton is a self-characterized “walking artist” who generates photographs, sketches, and text pieces based on the experience of each walk. During visits to South Dakota and Montana in the 1960s, Fulton decided that art should be about life, not about producing objects. Keenly interested in Native American cultures and Buddhist meditation practices, Fulton has walked in more than 25 countries in the past 30 years, including trips to the tops of Mount Everest and Denali. “If I do not walk, I cannot make a work of art,” Fulton explains. “The physical involvement of walking creates a receptiveness to the landscape. I walk on the land to be woven into nature. A road walk can transform the everyday world and give a heightened sense of human history.”

Hamish Fulton

/ Untitled (Badlands, South Dakota; Woodstock, New York; Ivinghoe Beacon, Buckinghamshire; Woodstock, New York), 1969-1970

Black and white vintage photographs (gelatin silver print, acid-free cardboard and wood frame)
6 1/10 × 10 1/5 in
15.5 × 26 cm
.
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Location
São Paulo
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