International Sculpture Center

   



Image of ISC Lifetime Achievement Award, copy of Head from the figure of a woman [Cycladic; Keros-Syros culture]

About this Award:

The ISC's Board of Directors established the Lifetime Achievement Award in 1991 to recognize individual sculptors who have made exemplary contributions to the field of sculpture. Candidates for the award are masters of sculptural processes and techniques who have devoted their careers to the development of a laudable body of sculptural work as well as to the advancement of the sculpture field as a whole.  Click here for information on the Gala honoring this year's Lifetime Achievement Award Winners. To see a history of the award and a list of past winners, click here.

 

2010 LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD GALA

HONORING PHILLIP KING AND WILLIAM TUCKER


 
 

 

photo credits: Phillip King, Quaver, 1970. Painted aluminium and steel, 117 × 69 × 79 cm, Edition of 2.  Courtesy of New Art Centre, Roche Court, UK
William Tucker, Greek Horse, 2003, bronze, 56 x 42 x 24 inches, edition 2 of 4. Photo courtesy McKee Gallery.
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