International Sculpture Center

   


December 2002 Vol.21 No.10
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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Features
Assaulting the Surface: A Conversation with Sarah Lovitt
Lovitt creates moving images of bodily experience tempered by emotional awareness.
by Ana Finel Honigman

Cosmological Shadows: A Conversation with Bill Vazan
Vazan’s land art projects originated in the conceptual and Minimalist art of the 1960s.
by John Grande

Eva Redux or What Do We Owe Eva Hesse?
A retrospective presents Hesse’s idiosyncratic materials and emotionally nuanced forms.
by Kathleen Whitney

Swept Away: Carl Andre’s Grave and Early Earthworks
The “quintessential Minimalist” also participated in the fracturing of that order.
by Suzaan Boettger

Tony Smith: In the Ether of Solids
Smith perpetually explored the variations of the invention of space through form.
by Robert C. Morgan

Departments
Forum: Contested Monuments—Contested Memories by Gillian Whitely
News
Itinerary
Site: The Tarot Garden of Niki de Saint Phalle by Deborah Broderson
Focus: Lorenzo Scotto di Luzio by Andrea Bellini
Site: Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park by Tania Evans
Commissions
Postscript: ISC News

Reviews


West Hollywood: Eduardo Chillida
Los Angeles: Meg Cranston
Washington, DC: Vincent Szarek, Kristopher Lee, and Misaki Kawai
Miami: Donald Lipski
Atlanta: Rie Hachiyanagi
Indianapolis: Sonya Y.S. Clark
New York: Gillian Jagger
New York: Osmo Rauhala
New York: Jason Rhoades
New York: –scope Art Fair
Philadelphia: Charles LeDray
Farmville, VA: K. Johnson Bowles
Richmond: Bob Trotman
Milwaukee: “Museums for a New Millennium”
Peterborough, Canada: Max Streicher
Milan: Barry McGee
Hakone, Japan: Cai Guo-Qiang
Dispatch: “Nova Orlândia”
Dispatch: Documenta11


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