Of WalkingOct 18 — Dec 20, 2013


  • Paulien Oltheten, sock 42 street, c-print, size variable, New York 2013
  • Hamish Fulton, Kailash Kora. Tibet, 2007
  • Jim Campbell, Fundamental Interval Commuters, 2010
  • Jim Campbell, Motion and Rest 2, 2002
  • Sohei Nishino, Diorama Map London, 2010
  • Garry Winogrand, Untitled, from the "Women are Beautiful" portfolio, printed 1981

Liene Bosque and Nicole Seisler
Jim Campbell
Odette England
Hamish Fulton
Simryn Gill
Sohei Nishino
Paulien Oltheten
MoCP Collection Works

The exhibition Of Walking  presents works by artists that explore the ordinary act of walking and the combined activities of thinking and discovering while walking--a confluence made concrete via the camera's lens and other means. Each of the artists probe the notion of place as they (sometimes with collaborators) experience and construct it through ambulation. Their works also explore the difference between a journey on foot and other sorts of travel, as they reveal the curiosities and joys of observation that can happen both far from home and just out the front door. In the process, they invite us to consider the unique opportunities walking engenders, including its ability to incite memories, plans, and images. View or download the complete exhibition essay here.

This project is generously supported by the David C. & Sarajean Ruttenberg Arts Foundation. Additional support is provided by public funds from the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York.

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