The internationally acclaimed walking artist Hamish Fulton’s current exhibition, A Decision To Choose Only Walking (Galerie Tschudi, Zuoz, Switzerland), explores his commitment to art only resulting from the experience of individual walks. His work is shown with the work of Bethan Huws and also the work of Ulrich Ruckriem. This exhibition demonstrates the breadth of his walking practice as well as his astounding ability to create breath-taking work from a wide range of materials. Hamish Fulton has work in two other shows currently running, Conceptual Art in Britain 1964-1979 (Tate Britain, London, UK) and Order and Color: A Dialogue with Collection Günter Hackenberg (Haüsler Contemporary, Munich, Germany).
A long time supporter of Community Action Nepal, Hamish Fulton will be showing a new work made especially for the Mountain Arts Festival and talking about his work on Saturday 22nd October as part of the festival. Tickets for the whole day can be purchased here: