International Sculpture Center

   
Sculpture Magazine

June 2005 Vol.19 No.5
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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On the Cover


James Surls, Me in See, 1996. Bronze, 67 x 41 x 42 in. Photograph courtesy of Marlborough Gallery and the artist.

Features


James Surls: A Restless Magician
Surls’s works awaken the imagination and force an exploration of unfamiliar emotions.
by Susie Kalil

Sculpture in Houston
Houston reveals a lively art scene and unusual opportunities to exhibit sculpture.
by Victoria Hodge Lightman

Welcome Home: Project Row Houses

Arts, housing, history, and community combine in an antidote to urban ills.
by Nancy Bless

Secondary Structures

For these artists, minimal objects are links in a chain of association and causation.
by Tom Moody

“Remember the Ladies”: New Women’s Memorials in Boston and
Contemporary Commemorative Art

New memorial designs fuse contemporary approaches with traditional portraiture.
by Nick Capasso

Departments


News
Focus: Bella Feldman by Kathleen Whitney
Focus: Tara Donovan by George Howell
Focus: E.V. Day by Charlene Roth
Commissions

Reviews


New York: Leslie Bohnenkamp
Los Angeles: Robert Therrien
Washington, DC: Greg Hannan
Atlanta: Janet Biggs
Lincoln, MA: Robert Arneson
Grand Rapids, MI: Patrick Collier
Springfield, MO: Russ Rubert
Billings, MT: Richard Notkin
New York: “Children of Berlin”
New York: “Unique Forms of Continuity in Space”
New York: Bradley McCallum
Philadelphia: “Against Design”
Houston: Sharon Engelstein
Seattle: Carlos Mollura
Amsterdam: “Fireworks”
Milan: Walter de Maria
Singapore: Heo Jeong-Hee


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