SEE: Andy Goldsworthy

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Published October 13, 2015

ANDY GOLDSWORTHY’S KELP THROWN INTO A GREY, OVERCAST SKY DRAKE’S BEACH, CALIFORNIA 14 JULY 2013, ARCHIVAL INK JET PRINT, 31 1/2 x 20 7/8″

Known for photographs of ephemeral sculptures assembled in nature, British artist Andy Goldsworthy has a show of little-seen images that incorporate his body at Galerie Lelong, dating from the 1970s to the present. In compositions, he becomes a fixture in environments, whether caked in sand, throwing kelp, sticks, and slate into the air, or balancing precariously on a cliff, suspended by the wind