Andreas Baur & Tina Plokarz (Eds.)
For over 40 years British artist Hamish Fulton has been transforming walks into works of art. From Soho to Saskatchewan, from his home in Kent to the peaks of Nepal, he has trekked, hiked and trudged the world in solitude covering between 30 and 50 miles a day, depending on the terrain, in all weathers. His walks all over the world, conveyed in wall drawings and images, photographs and objects, quietly protest the excesses of urbanization in a sympathetic but uncompromising way. Walking Transformation, the new exhibition catalog documenting the nucleus of the recent exhibition at Villa Merkel in Esslingen, chronicles his walks in Tibet and India. With essays by writers Andreas Baur, Freddy Langer, and Tina Plokarz and illustrated with 30 color plates of works and installations from the exhibition.
Exhibition catalog / Hardcover / 12 x 9 inches
68 pp / 30 color
Retail Price: $49.95
VILLA MERKEL, GERMANY