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Chris Drury: Silent Spaces

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review: landscape books

Without the high profile of, say, Andy Goldsworthy or Richard Long, Chris Drury is another artist whose work is enmeshed with the landscape, whether the wild terrain of Colorado or Ladakh or the placid pastures near his Sussex home. Silent Spaces, full of photographs, contains two decades' work: chambers of coal, chalk, turf and ice; a shelter made from the branches of aromatic plants; woven baskets - one of wool and heather holding rock samples from the mountain where it was made. An early piece, the encyclopaedic Medicine Wheel (1982-3) - 'one natural object for each day of the year' - remains the most resonant.

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