International Sculpture Center

   


September 2002 Vol.21 No.7
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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Features
One Who Sees Space: A Conversation with Maya Lin
Lin’s projects flow out of a vision of a universe in harmony with itself.
by Jan Garden Castro

Revolution is Sneakier: A Conversation with Vito Acconci
Acconci has devoted most of his recent career to re-envisioning public spaces.
by Anne Barclay Morgan

Abstraction and Empathy, Once Again
In sculpture the problematic of art as such is most explicit.
by Donald Kuspit

A South African Microcosm: The Sculpture of David Brown
Brown’s work mines the schisms of the fractured society of today’s South Africa.
by Paul Edmunds

Public Space and Private Investigation: A Conversation with Bradley McCallum and Jacqueline Tarry
Their work focuses on difficult issues of political and social injustice.
by Ana Finel Honigman

 
Departments


Forum: Above and Beyond by Karl Michel
News
Letters to the Editor
Itinerary

Site: Convergence by Nick Capasso
Focus: Sharon Loudon by Ellison Walcott
Dialogue: Wim Delvoye by Michaël Amy
Commissions
Postscript: ISC News

  
Reviews


Houston: Liga Pang
Grand Rapids: “Master Teachers”
St. Louis: Kurt Perschke
Auburn, NY: Jonathan Kirk
Brooklyn: Marsha Pels
New York: Ipek Duben
New York: Huang Yong Ping
New York: Ik-Joong Kang
New York: Athena Tacha
Purchase, NY: Ursula von Rydingsvard
Philadelphia: John Atkin
Pittsburgh: Richard Paul Gribenas
Nashville: Joseph Whitt
Seattle: Gerard Tsutakawa
Montreal: BGL
London: Stan Douglas
Berlin: The Reichstag
 

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