For more than 30 years, Richard Long has used natural materials such as stones, wood and mud to create simple, meditative work that evokes his own experiences of walking in a variety of landscapes all over the world. The artist makes archetypal forms like lines, circles, crosses, and spirals both in nature and in site-specific installations. This publication documents a monumental installation conceived by Richard Long especially for the spaces of the Museum’s 9,000 square foot Brown Foundation Gallery. It includes two large mud drawings executed directly on the gallery’s 100-foot walls, five large-scale floor circles and ten works on paper. Includes essays by Dana Friis-Hansen and Richard Brettell; and documentation on the artist’s career.