Competition: Win a limited-edition print by Richard Long
- The New Art Gallery Walsall
- 29 April 2014
To celebrate the New Art Gallery Walsall's exhibition of the British land artist, we're giving away a limited-edition print.
The New Gallery Walsall's fantastic exhibition, Richard Long: Prints 1970-2013, brings together all the prints made by the British artist over a 40-year period.
Richard Long is one of the UK's best-known 'land artists'; his work goes beyond simple observation of nature, and instead expresses the experience of journeying through it. Over his career, this work has taken him to Nepal, Africa, Mexico and Bolivia, as well as into remote areas of Britain. He documents these experiences in photographs, wall drawings and printed statements.
In partnership with the New Gallery Walsall, we are giving away a print of NO FOOTPRINTS, 2013, by Richard Long, which is worth £295. This is a new limited-edition print created for the exhibition, and makes reference to a 10-day walk in the Ellsworth Mountains in Antarctica in December 2012, when it was not possible to leave footprints behind in the ice.
For the chance to win, please fill in the form below by Friday 9 May, 11.59pm, and answer the question: in which year did Richard Long win the Turner Prize?
Richard Long: Prints 1970-2013 is at the New Gallery Walsall, West Midlands, until 22 June. Free to all.