• Richard Long

    Tucci Rosso Gallery

    In this show Richard Long once again brought nature indoors. This work, typical of the artist’s recent output, was arranged over the two floors of the gallery according to a careful rhythm; it was a rhythm without concession to current fashion, explicitly declaring a return to the concepts of autonomous form that were current in the ’60s. Each side of the room on the gallery’s lower floor contained a rectangular and a circular figure. Both rectangular figures were formed on the floor, out of small, round, lake stones; a circle, also made up of lake stones, lay next to but did not actually touch

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