International Sculpture Center

Jan./Feb. 2002 Vol.21 No.1
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

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Endless Column Restored
The restoration of Brancusi’s monument has been acclaimed as a brilliant success.
by Alexandra Parigoris

Vital Order: A Conversation with Wendy Ross
Ross creates a biomechanical universe from lines and curves of energy.
by Roger Boyce

Kim Sooja: The Persistence of the Void
Kim’s work is about the significance of the human being in a chaotic world.
by Robert C. Morgan

Wave Hill: Sculpture in the Garden
Wave Hill is dedicated to creatively enabling an exchange between nature and people.
by Jonathan Goodman

Greenberg’s Dream: The Rise and Fall of Modernist Sculpture
Clement Greenberg’s collection offers an opportunity to explore his relation to sculpture.
by Matthew Kangas


Forum: Cows on Parade: The Artists’ Experience by Victor M. Cassidy


Focus: Janet Echelman by Denise Carvalho

Focus: Krista Hoefle by Robert Raczka

Dialogue: Takashi Murakami by Kay Itoi

Commissions: Public Sculpture in Iceland by D. Dominick Lombardi

Postscript: ISC News


Oakland, CA: Barney Haynes

Laguna Beach: Cheryl Ekstrom

Los Angeles: “Public Offerings”

Washington, DC: Lila Snow

Miami: Martin Puryear

Atlanta: Sara Hornbacher

Chicago: Helidon Gjergji

Lincoln, MA: The 2001 DeCordova Annual

Newton, MA: “21st Century Metalsmiths”

Santa Fe: “Beau Monde”

New York: “Alterations”

New York: Jason Meadows

New York: Joel Shapiro

North Bennington, VT: Fourth Annual Outdoor Sculpture Show

Montreal: Artefact 2001

Toronto: Dawn MacNutt

Oxford: “Experiment Experiência”

Rotterdam: Meschac Gaba

Prague: Magdalena Jetelová

Vienna, Austria: “Baroque Party”


Dispatch: 2001 Absolut L.A. International Biennial

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