HE has trekked all over Spain in search of artistic inspiration.
And now famed British artist Richard Long is exhibiting the myriad results in Malaga.
His Cold Stones work documents the 18 days he spent on an epic 534 mile hike from Cordoba to Santiago de Compostela.
The pieces are made from raw materials such as stone, wood and mud, and include the huge 4.5 x 31.4 metres Muddy Water Wall mural.
Also on display is the Bark Circle, made entirely from pieces of cork found in the Sierra Nevada national park during a trip two decades ago.
The contemporary artist’s pieces are dedicated to his grandmother Sally, who is buried in Malaga, and will be on display at the CAC Malaga until August 21.
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