International Sculpture Center

   
Sculpture Magazine

Jul/Aug 2000 Vol.19 No.6
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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On the Cover


Tadaaki Kuwayama, view of installation at the Kitakyushu Museum, Japan (detail), 1999. Anodized aluminum with yellow, blue, and aluminum color, each element 8 x 24 x 2.5 in.

Features



Tadaaki Kuwayama: The Reversal of Form as “Pure Space”
Kuwayama’s forms not so much intercede within a given space as create a new space.
by Robert C. Morgan

From Form to Formlessness: A Conversation with Shirazeh Houshiary
Houshiary’s work has evolved from abstract sculpture to the dematerialization of form.
by Anne Barclay Morgan

Intensity of Form and Surface: An Interview with Lynda Benglis
Benglis uses a range of materials in iconographic impressions of mass and form.
by Erica-Lynn Huberty

Aleksey Kostroma: Organic Ideology

Kostroma prefers minimal shapes and fragile materials: eggshells, feathers, balloons.
by Sarah Tanguy

Public Art and the Sydney Olympics: Seeing the City in its Most Enlivened State

For the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, art has been commissioned for a number of sites.
by Tempe McGowan

Departments


Forum: Naoshima Island by Kazuko Nakane
News
Itinerary

Site: The Sculpture Park at Goodwood by John K. Grande
Site: The Gori Collection by Paola Bortolotti
Site: Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park by Gerry Craig
Commissions
Postscript: Nam June Paik by Robert C. Morgan

Reviews


Royal Oak, MI: Carrie Seid
Miami: Ilona Malka Rich
Boston: Cornelia Parker
New York: Harry Bertoia
New York: Nancy Azara
New York: Arthur Carter
New York: Anne Chu
New York: Jason Dodge
Southampton, NY: Willie Cole
London: Panamarenko
Amsterdam: “Video Installations”
Rotterdam: “Stimuli”
Warsaw: Katarzyna Kobro
Melbourne, Australia: Greg Johns, Bruce Armstrong, Darryl Cowie, and Ted Secombe
Dispatch: Sculpture at the Millennium Dome


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