‘I’ve drunk from every river on Dartmoor’: land artist Richard Long on changing the face of art | Art and design | The Guardian

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He started with a giant snowball, then took a walk in a field that ended up inventing a new form of art. Now 77, Long talks about being being expelled from art college, his hiking tips, and the joys of staying close to home

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