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November 2001 - Vol.20 No.9

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Features
Francisco and I: A Conversation with Fernando Rodriguez
(Click here for Spanish translation
)
This Cuban artist's sculpture is grounded in political reality and subtle conceptualism.
by Rosa Lowinger

Transitory Objects: A Conversation with Marina Abramovic
Her recent works are concerned with the symbolic properties of objects and materials.
by Zoe Kosmidou

Half Fairy Tale, Half Snare: Robert Gober in Venice
His installation in the U.S. pavillion is quiet, reflective, spare and allegorical.
by Maureen Sherlock

Narrative, Humor, and Craft: Paths to a Middle Ground
Three contemporary sculptors employ narrative to lure the viewer into the work.
by Charlene Roth

Outdoor Sculpture: The Stuart Collection
One of the most distinctive outdoor sculpture collections is also a unique collaboration.

Departments


Forum

News

Focus: Yvonne Goulbier by Claudia Rahn

Site: Chile's Cart Cemetery Sculpture Park by Luise von Flotow

Focus: Neil Goodman by Victor M. Cassidy

Commissions

Postscript: ISC News

Reviews


New York: Maria José Burki

Washington, DC: "Connecting Worlds"

Decatur, GA: "Book Unbound"

Chicago: Pierwalk 2001

Boston: Mark Mennin

Galisteo, NM: Tracy Krumm

New York: Susana Jamie-Mena

New York: "More Fresh Meat"

New York: George Rickey

New York: Shide Kuo

New York: Fran Siegel

Pittsburgh: "Orchestral Maneuvers"

Nashville: Michael Aurbach

Seatlle: "Between Space and Time"

Helsinki, Finland: Jussi Heikkilä

Colonge, Germany: Serge Spitzer

Dispatch: Venice Biennale


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