100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Rainer Hosch

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Rainer Hosch

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Tony Coehlo

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Tony Coehlo

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Rainer Hosch

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Rainer Hosch

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Tony Coehlo

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Tony Coehlo

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Tony Coehlo

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Tony Coehlo

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Aaron Sugiyama

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Aaron Sugiyama

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Helen Kim

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Helen Kim

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Helen Kim

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Helen Kim

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Helen Kim

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Helen Kim

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Jin Han

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Jin Han

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Kyle Flath

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Kyle Flath

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Kyle Flath

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Kyle Flath

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Helen Kim

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Helen Kim

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Kyle Flath

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Kyle Flath

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Kyle Flath

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Kyle Flath

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Matt Stromberg

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Matt Stromberg

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Kyle Flath

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Kyle Flath

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Ryan Lannom

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Ryan Lannom

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Kyle Flath

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Kyle Flath

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by William Vo

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by William Vo

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by William Vo

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by William Vo

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by William Vo

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by William Vo

  100 Walkers, West Hollywood , a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city.   The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.  During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.  The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.  For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com  Photo by Tony Coehlo

100 Walkers, West Hollywood, a large scale performance piece by Richard Kraft took place on April 18th 2015. One hundred people, each dressed in a dark suit and bowler hat and wearing a sandwich board (with a unique image on both front and back) walked pre-determined routes through the city. 

The piece began with all one hundred walkers forming a grid in the El Tovar parking lot adjacent to West Hollywood Park. Once all one hundred walkers were in place, the maestra of ceremonies Marjorie Perloff began calling "start phrases" to release one walker at a time at approximately five second intervals. Once the walkers dispersed, they could be seen all over West Hollywood, particularly along all the main thoroughfares: Sunset, Santa Monica, Melrose, Beverly, San Vicente, Doheny, La Cienega, Crescent Heights and Fairfax.

During the piece performers remained silent. Interaction with inquisitive passers by was confined to the handing out of a business card.

The walk ended when all walkers returned to their starting point at the El Tovar parking lot, standing for one minute to finish their performance.

For more images and further information please visit: www.onehundredwalkers.com

Photo by Tony Coehlo

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