International Sculpture Center

   


Sculpture Magazine

October 2000 Vol.19 No.8
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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On the Cover


Marc Quinn, Jamie Gillespie, 1999. Marble and plinth, 70.9 x 24.25 x 20.2 in. Courtesy of Jay Jopling / White Cube, London.

Features


Just a Load of Shock? An Interview with Marc Quinn
Quinn uses traditional and unconventional materials in sometimes disturbing sculptures.
by Robert Preece

Arrested Motion: The Sculpture of Bill Barrett
Barrett’s fluid and organic sculpture builds on the legacy of Modernism.
by Richard Tobin

Alternative Landscapes: The Australian Works of Anita Glesta
This sculptor from New York has installed a number of complex public works in Australia.
by Tempe MacGowan

The “Globalized” Artist in the New Millennium
Globalization in art is less about cultural exchange than about a global marketplace.
by Robert C. Morgan

Departments


News
Focus: Mags Harries by Marty Carlock
Focus: John Kalymnios by Jane Harris
Focus: Robert Glover by Collette Chattopadhyay
Commissions
The International Sculpture Center Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards

Reviews


Philadelphia: Winifred Lutz
Los Angeles: Mitsunori Kurashige
San Francisco: Conrad Atkinson
San Francisco: Kornelios Grammenos
Washington, DC: “Portals” and “IntoBalance”
Tampa: “UltraLounge: The Return of Social Space (with Cocktails)”
Chicago: Robert Stackhouse
Springfield, MO: Josephine Stealey
New York: Alice Adams
New York: Barbara Andrus
New York: Alastair Noble
Purchase, NY: “Welded Sculpture of the 20th Century”
Cleveland: Kate Budd
Philadelphia: Marie-Ange Guilleminot
Philadelphia: Dina Wind
Fairfax, VA: Renee Butler
Fairfax, VA: Jeff Spaulding
Brussels, Belgium: Patrick Dougherty and Adrian Maryniak
Milan: Marc Quinn
Dispatch: Notes on the 18th International Sculpture Conference


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