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Hamish Fulton ‘in conversation’ with Ben Tufnell

Hamish Fulton, a leading member of a generation of artists who in the 1960s forged a new form of landscape art, will discuss his work with curator Ben Tufnell

Hamish Fulton (born 1946) is a leading member of a generation of artists who in the 1960s and 70s forged a new form of landscape art. Fulton has been designated a conceptual or process artist, but prefers to identify himself as a Walking Artist. Fulton's work, which is presented in many different forms - including large-scale installations, texts, photographs and publications - is rooted in his experience of walking in the landscape.

Ben Tufnell is curator at Haunch of Venison, London. He curated Fulton's major exhibition at Tate Britain, Walking Journey, in 2002. His book Land Art is due to be published by Tate Publishing in 2006.

Image: Little Big Horn Battlefield, Montana, Summer 1969. Photo: Nancy Wilson


Hamish Fulton | talks
Ben Tufnell | talks


Date and Time:

26 April 2006 at 6:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Camberwell College of Arts
Lecture Hall
Wilson Road
020 7514 6402

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Tickets £5 / £3.50 concessions

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Getting to Camberwell from:
Victoria & Oval: Buses 36, 436
Elephant & Castle: Buses 171, 12
Trafalgar Square: 12


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