Hamish Fulton's first one-person show in the UK since 2002 includes new work made as the result of the group walks in Kent that were commissioned by Turner Contemporary in the lead up to the opening of our new gallery.
Based in Canterbury, Kent, Hamish Fulton has made walking the basis of his practice for the past three decades, producing photography, text and sketches that evolve from the experience of solo and group walks in the landscape.
He has stated "If I do not walk, I cannot make a work of art" and has summed up this way of thinking in the simple statement of intent: "no walk, no work".
Read more about the Turner Contemporary commissioned walks.
In collaboration with Ikon, Birmingham.
Admission to the exhibition is free.
There is a no photography policy throughout the duration of this exhibition.
If you are a school or group, advance booking is recommended to see this popular exhibition. Contact our learning team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01843 233012.
Limited edition signed print available
In collaboration with Ikon, Birmingham we've produced a joint publication that documents the works on show at the two galleries.
Available in our shop for just £9.95 this is the ideal exhibition keepsake, with a foreword by Victoria Pomery, Director Turner Contemporay and Jonathan Watkins, Director Ikon.
Take part in a Hamish Fulton Walk
We're looking for 100 walkers to take part in this significant event aged 16 years+ . If you'd like to take part, email email@example.com.