International Sculpture Center

   
December 2001 Vol.20 No.10
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

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Features
Real Living Art: A Conversation with David Nash
Nash's wood carving is not purely formalist; it often references enviornment and history.
by John Grande

Giacomo Manzù and His Portal for St. Peter's
Manzù brought the Italian Humanist tradition to Modernist concerns of sculptural form.
by Peter Selz

Reconstructing History: A Conversation with Julian LaVerdiere
A self-described inventor/historian, LaVerdiere explores a rich and protean territory.
by Sarah Tanguy

Miami Supports Miami
For young artists in particular, there have never been so many opportunites in Miami.
by Anne Barclay Morgan

The 10th Anniversary of the ISC's Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award

Departments


Forum: Changchun Sculpture Symposium by Richar A. Heinrich

News

Focus: Jennifer Odem by Stephanie Bowman

Dossier: Contemporary Sculpture in Singapore by Lee Weng Choy

Dialogue: John Sims by Ann Albritton

Commissions: Public Art in Luxembourg by Axel Lapp

Postscript: ISC News

Reviews


Leeds: "Taking Positions"

West Hollywood: Niki de Saint Phalle

Washington, DC: Tim Hawkinson

Waltham, MA: Stephen Antonakos and Colleagues

Baltimore, MD: "Bodyspace"

Raleigh, NC: Xu Bing

Hudson, NY: John Cross

New York: Ron Mueck

New York: Devorah Sperber

New York: Tetsuya Yamada

Portland, OR: Malia Jensen

Seattle, WA: Jennifer Heishman

London: "Zero to Infinity"

Paris: Thomas Hirschhorn

Budapest: Bálint Bori

Adelaide: "Domus"


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