International Sculpture Center

   


Sculpture Magazine

May 2000 Vol.19 No.4
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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On the Cover


Magdalena Jetelová, Translocation, 1999. Mixed media, site-specific work on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University. Photograph by Robert Long.

Features


Magdalena Jetelová: Enigmatic Sculpture of Time and Place
Jetelová’s sculptures range from objects in space to architectural space as sculpture.
by Elaine A. King

A Resonant Alchemy: An Interview with John Van Alstine
The work is abstract yet allegorical, an alchemical combination of form and material.
by Glenn Harper

“What are you looking at?” The Sculpture of Tony Oursler
Oursler animates the inanimate and explores both real and imagined space.
by Carol Rosen

Critique & Compliance: Artists on Display
The museum is a conflicted and confounding territory for critique by artists.
by Patricia C. Phillips

Artists Talking: Creating a New Space for Public Discourse
As artists are linked in new networks, what will happen to the way we interact?
by Virginia Maksymowicz

Departments


News
Site: Metronome by Robert C. Morgan
Focus: Tamiko Kawata by William Baran-Mickle
Focus: Peter Calaboyias by Donald Miller
Commissions

Reviews


Montreal: ”I and My Circumstance: Mobility in Contemporary Mexican Art”
Santa Monica: Margaret Adachi
Walnut Creek, CA: “Unboxed: Sculptures in Cardboard”
San Francisco: Alesha Fiandaca and Sophie Touzé Wargnies
Washington, DC: Yuriko Yamaguchi
Atlanta: Sculpture and Architecture
Boston: Terry Albright
New York: Grisha Bruskin
New York: Phil Frost
New York: Sol LeWitt
New York: Issey Miyake
New York: Gabriele Stellbaum
Cleveland: “There but for the grace of…Temporary Shelters”
Pittsburgh: 53rd Carnegie International
Pittsburgh: Agnes R. Katz Plaza
Philadelphia: Sadashi Inuzuka
Amsterdam: “Acoustic Architecture—Architectural Acoustics”


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