The central theme is the journeys that people, rivers, landscapes and even stones take through space and time. The lush color photographs Goldsworthy takes to document peak moments of the birth, glory and decay of his art are as beautiful as ever.
The book, which begins in 2000 and darts back and forth over the next few years, is shadowed by a more urgent sense of mortality. Goldworthy's deceased father is in his thoughts, and a major project he tackles is the memorial Garden of Stones for the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York.
Details: By Andy Goldsworthy
published 2004, 168 pages, hardcover