Thirty-Seven Campfires, Mexico (Two friends on a thirteen day walk...)

Thirty-Seven Campfires, Mexico (Two friends on a thirteen day walk...)

1987

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Richard Long

(British, 1945-)

Gelatin silver print

Image: 48 x 71.1 cm (18 7/8 x 28 in.)

Norman O. Stone and Ella A. Stone Memorial Fund 1995.30.c

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Richard Long's photographs are simple and direct, drawing on his perceptions of nature as encountered on long walking trips. His art embodies the essence of his experience, not a visual representation of it, and so it signals a radical departure from traditional landscape depictions. The three prints comprising Thirty-Seven Campfires, Mexico record the wild terrain around the Rio Urique in the Mexican mountain range of Sierra Tarahumara, which Long and a friend explored on a six-day walking tour in 1987.

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