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Ambit, 19961999. 24 stainless steel cylinders and lights, view
of public artwork in the River Wear, Sunderland, England. Photograph by
On Alison Wilding
The mute radiance of Ambit, Alison Wildings first large public sculpture,
distills and clarifies the mystery and drama of her work as a whole.
by Ian Tromp
Interior Passages: a Conversation with Jon Isherwood
Jon Isherwood has been working with stone since the early 1990s, developing
a personalized expression with contemporary relevance.
by Sarah Tanguy
Constructivism: The Penetration of Natures Structure
One 20th-century art movement stands out as an example of high-minded
artistic ambition and distinctive method and style: Constructivism.
by Mark Daniel Cohen
Biomorphs: Organic Abstraction and the Mechanics of Life
The first of a series on the relationship of the life sciences to innovations
in sculpture examines the influence of morphology, the science of living
form, on abstraction.
by Stephen Luecking
Focus: Dennis Leon by Donna Schumacher
Focus: Bill Lundberg by Nancy Bless
Focus: Steve DeGroodt by Kathleen Whitney
Kansas City: Kathryn Spance and Kendall Buster
Los Angeles: Martin Kersels
Los Angeles: Cecilia Miguez
Boise: Brad Rude
New York: Catherine Lee
New York: Laura Anderson Barbata
Santa Fe: SITE Santa Fe Looking for a Place
Millersville, PA: Thomas McGovern
Providence: Barnaby Evans
London: Jane and Louise Wilson
Paris: Les Champs de la Sculpture 2000
Dispatch: Istanbul Biennial
Dispatch: Participatory Works: Viewers as Co-Creators
Dispatch: The Third Changchun International Sculpture Symposium
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