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June 2001 - Vol.20 No.5

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Features
Traversing the Worlds of Nam June Paik
Paik transformed video into a tool capable of redefining sculpture and installation art.
by Carla Hanzal

Balancing Tradition and Innovation: Pittsburgh
This dynamic city is the host for the 19th International Sculpture Conference.
by Mary Jean Kenton

Learning the Alphabet: A Conversation with Diane Samuels
Her work blends multiple references into precise forms with poetic resonance.
by Elaine A. King

Object / Installation: The Two Sides of Robert Gober
Two aspects of the work of the artist representing the U.S. in the Venice Biennale.
by George Howell

Here Time Becomes Space: A Conversation with Harald Szeemann
The Director of the Venice Biennale is one of today’s most influential curators.
by Carolee Thea

Departments


News

Focus: Josh Garber by Kathleen Whitney

Focus: Akio Takamori by Matthew Kangas

Focus: Jeffrey Mongrain by Glen R. Brown

Commissions

Postscript: A Quiet Revolution

Reviews


New York: Morris Graves

San Francisco: Tom Friedman

Atlanta: Radcliffe Bailey

Atlanta: “Objects That Flicker”

Chicago: “Canceled: Exhibiting Experimental Art in China”

New Orleans: Neil Harshfield

College Park, MD: “Handle with Care: Loose Threads in Fiber”

Grand Rapids: Sharon Louden

St. Louis: Stephan Balkenhol

New York: Marion E. Held

New York: Martin Kersels

New York: “Softcore”

New York: Sook Jin Jo

New York: George Stoll

Cleveland: “Structurally Sound”

Philadelphia: Italo Scanga

Pittsburgh: “Interactive Domains”

Toronto: An Whitlock

Books/Films/Video: Marco Agostinelli

Dispatch: “Novecento Arte e Storia in Italia”


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