International Sculpture Center

   


Sculpture Magazine

December 2000 Vol.19 No.10
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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On the Cover


Magdalena Abakanowicz, 95 Figures (detail of back view) 1998/2000. Bronze, each adult figure approximately 175 x 60 x 30 cm.

Features


Difference and Repetition: The Latest Sculptures of Magdalena Abakanowicz
Abakanowicz’s sculpture and journals are a material passageway to the imperceptible.
by Karolina Hübner

Isamu Noguchi in the Pacific Northwest
Noguchi’s links to Seattle illuminate the continuing power and influence of his work.
by Matthew Kangas

Believe I’ve Been Sanctified: A Conversation with Joyce Scott
Scott’s beaded sculptures and site-specific installations bristle with passion and wit.
by Sarah Tanguy

Art as Creative Dialogue: An Interview with Yoko Ono
The sculpture of Yoko Ono is on center stage in her several recent exhibitions.
by Erica-Lynn Huberty

That Food Thing You Do
Food as sculptural material ignites the presence of life and the shadow of death.
by Claire Lieberman

Departments


News
Site: Europos Parkas by Joyce Ellen Weinstein
Focus: Tim Hawkinson by Kristina Newhouse
Dialogue: Steven Gontarski by Robert Preece
Commissions

Reviews


Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada: Vanessa Paschakarnis
Santa Monica: “Mise-en-scène”
Washington, DC: Cathy de Monchaux
Atlanta: Karen Rich Beall
Royal Oak, MI: Barbara Cooper
St. Louis: Lewis DeSoto
Hamilton, NJ: Red Grooms
New York: Shigeru Ban
New York: Josiah McElheny
New York: Cildo Meireles
Columbus, OH: “Illusions of Eden: Visions of the American Heartland”
Charlottesville, VA: Agnes Denes
Amsterdam: “Dark Mirrors of Japan”
Munich: “Please Let My Affections Lead Me Into Danger”
Dispatch: Sydney Biennale
Dispatch: 5th Lyon Biennale


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