Landscape – Language

December 8 – December 20, 2010.

Bernard Fuchs “Strassen und wege – Fotografien”, 2009

Toine Horvers “Inis O irr panorama”,2006

Toine Horvers “Tor line panorama”,2010

Richard Long “No where”,1994

Richard Long “Twelve works” 1981

Richard Long “Lines of time – Tijdlijnen”,1986

No where” 1994 Richard Long

“Lines of time – Tijdlijnen” 1986 Richard Long

 

“No where” 1994 Richard Long

“Lines of time – Tijdlijnen” 1986 Richard Long

“Twelve works” 1981 Richard Long


«Tor line panorama» 2010 Toine Horvers

From the image to the text,this selection of books questions what is represented,and
specifically in this case,that of a landscape.
Each artist,in a unique manner,reproduces it and presents it for us to see.
Bernard Fuchs,via photography,or Richard Long,with this “No Where”. But it is the language which he uses in “Twelve works” or “Lines of time’ or which Toine Horvers emplays in “Inis Oirr panorama” or “Tor line panorama”,in which langauage becomes image.

 

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