International Sculpture Center

   


March 2002 Vol.21 No.2
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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Features
Influence, Exchange, and Stimulus: A Conversation with Sir Anthony Caro
One of today’s most prominent sculptors discusses sculpture, education, and art-making.
by Brian McAvera

Michael Lyons: Liberating Possibilities / Cultural Connections
New directions in Lyons’s work extend his reach as a sculptor and teacher.
by Ken Scarlett

Morio Shinoda: Fine-Tuning Nature / Bachelor of Anti-Gravity
Two perspectives on the work and the career of an ISC Outstanding Sculptor Educator.
by Michael D. Hall and Takatoshi Shinoda

Toward a Restructed Sculpture Curriculum
Nestor and eight other sculptor-educators discuss the state of art and education today.
by James Nestor

 
Departments


Forum: Teaching Abstract Sculpture by Rikki Asher

News

Letters to the Editor

Itinerary

Focus: Lee Mingwei by Carolee Thea

Focus: Andrew Drummond by Jennifer Hay

Focus: John Bisbee by Alison Ferris

Commissions

Postscript: ISC News

  
Reviews


New York: John Duff

Irvine, CA: Ewerdt Hilgemann

San Francisco: Yoshitomo Saito

Washington, DC: Tacita Dean

Chicago: H.C. Westermann

Boston: Laura Baring-Gould and Michael Dowling

Boston: Nao Tomii and Karen Kimmel

Reno: Linda Fleming

Las Cruces: Rachel Stevens

Long Island City: Isamu Noguchi\

New York: Louise Bourgeois

New York: “Outside Japan: Three Sculptors”

Portland, OR: Dana Lynn Louis

Oakville, Ontario: Kim Adams

County Donegal, Republic of Ireland: “Object”

Leeds: “Close Encounters”

Amsterdam: Folkert de Jong

Amsterdam: Bojan Sarcevic

Prague: Jiri David

Prato: Jannis Kounellis

Dispatch: The Biennial of Valencia


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