International Sculpture Center

   


Sculpture Magazine

September 2000 Vol.19 No.7
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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On the Cover


John Crawford, Block, 1999. Tin, 17 x 7 x 7 in..

Features


John Crawford: Making Dichotomies Work
Crawford’s graphic works and sculptures radiate immediacy and strength.
by Jonathan Goodman

Peace, Beauty, Butter, Oxtail: An Interview with Tony Labat
Labat has been creating an amalgam of sculpture, video, and performance art.
by Rosa Lowinger

Textual Objectives: Objectified Text: Some Ruminations on Recent California Art Practices

A number of artists in California cite the physicality of text as important for their work.
by Terri Cohn

The Maintenance of Public Artworks

Maintenance issues raise the question, just how permanent is permanent public art.
by Daniel Grant

Departments


News
Site: Carell Woodland Sculpture Trail by Susan W. Knowles
Focus: Kevin Cannon by Tom Collins
Focus: Ron Fondaw by Julie A. Stevenson
Commissions
Bookmarks

Reviews


New York: Judy Fox
Little Rock: Jane Sauer
Oakland: Edo Rosenberg
Newport Beach, CA: Diana Thater
Washington, DC: Leonardo Drew
Washington, DC: Robert Gober
Miami: Frank Stella
Atlanta: Maria Artemis
Atlanta: Hoang Van-Bui
Kansas City, MO: Jim Leedy
New York: Lee Boroson
New York: Shigeko Kubota
New York: Sam Jones
New York: Pavel Opoācensk´y
New York: Ursula von Rydingsvard
Philadelphia: Valie Export
Providence, RI: Ilya Kabakov
Seattle: Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle
Montreal: Jean Brillant
Belfast: “0044”
Posna´n, Poland: Maria Pini´nska-Bere´s
Madrid: Jaume Plensa
Singapore: Lim Tzay Chuen


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