International Sculpture Center

Jan/Feb 2003 Vol.22 No.1
A publication of the International Sculpture Center


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On the Cover
Chakaia Booker, Raw Attraction, 2001. Rubber tire, steel, and wood, 42 x 32 x 34 in.
Photo: Nelson Tejada.


The Language of Life: A Conversation with Chakaia Booker
Booker’s work calls attention to slavery, class, labor, and the materials of sculpture.
by Jan Garden Castro

Making the Personal Monumental: A Conversation with Patricia Cronin
Cronin’s recent marble memorial sculpture is heroic in size, scale, and theme.
by Jan Garden Castro

Exterior Form / Interior Substance: A Conversation with Xu Bing
Xu Bing’s work is concerned with language, experience, craft, tradition, and art.
by Glenn Harper

Art in a State of Disquiet and Metamorphosis: Reflections on the Work of Jane Alexander
The work of Jane Alexander remains a powerful index of art and society in South Africa.
by Marilyn Martin

Inexplicable Symbiosis: A Conversation with Janet Cardiff
Cardiff’s installations and site-works redefine space, narrative, and subjectivity.
by Carolee Thea

Forum: Ask Jacques Lipchitz by Claire Lieberman
Rush Arts Gallery and Resource Center by Franklin Sirmans
Thom Puckey by Robert Preece
The Tree Museum by Gil McElroy
ISC News


Berkeley: Sanford Biggers
Orlando: William Edmondson
Atlanta: “Breadth”
Winston-Salem: “Fathoming”
New York: Susan Graham and Julianne Swartz
New York: Jonathan Seliger
Charlottesville, VA: Joyce Scott
London: Richard Deacon
Bill Viola
Carrara, Italy: XI International Biennial of Sculpture
Gyor, Hungary: Gabor Zaborszky
Dakar, Senegal: Dak/Art 2002
Fukuoka City, Japan: Fukuoka Asian Art Triennial 2002
Dispatch: Contemporary Sculpture in Brazil

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