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Andy Goldsworthy: Artist's Talk

Andy Goldsworthy discusses the making and meaning of some recent projects. His talk coincides with Passage (Thames & Hudson 2004), a new book about the artist's work.

Andy Goldsworthy is an internationally renowned sculptor. His extraordinary sculptures are made from natural materials with the minimum of technological intervention. Normally situated outdoors, often in rugged and inaccessible terrain, the pieces are left to be gradually eroded by wind, rain, and the heat of the sun. The only records are the images the artist produces documenting the work's creation and erosion.


Andy Goldsworthy | talks


Date and Time:

12 January 2005 at 6:30 pm


2 hours



Tate Britain
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£7 (4 concessions)

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The event is in the Auditorum at Tate Britain

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