International Sculpture Center

   
July/ August 2003 Vol.22 No. 6
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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Web Special


A Difference in Kind: Spontaneous Memorials after 9/11
by Harriet F. Senie

On the Cover


Ron Mueck, Untitled (Big Man), 2002.
Pigmented polyester resin on fiberglass, 81 x 46.25 x 82.25 in.

Photo: Lee Stalsworth, courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

From the Editor

"The summer issue of Sculpture offers an international mix of artists, arts institutions, and sculptural strategies."[more ...]"

Features

The Progress of Big Man: A Conversation with Ron Mueck
Freshness and sincerity distinguish his work from contemporary ironic figuration.
by Sarah Tanguy

Emotional Subtext of Form and Space: A Conversation with Peter Randall-Page
A current exhibition demonstrates the integrity and independence of his vision.
by Brian McAvera

The Ordinariness of Making: A Conversation with Phillip King
King has restlessly experimented with color, abstract form, and new materials.
by Brian McAvera

Difficulty is Good: A Conversation with Dinos and Jake Chapman
Their works offer a cocktail of humor, horror, the sublime, and cultural critique.
by Ana Finel Honigman

Departments

Forum: Paris Galleries Dedicated to Sculpture by Ken Scarlett
News
Itinerary
Focus: Lynn Chadwick by Collette Chattopadhyay
Site: Center for Contemporary Non-Objective Art by Robert Preece
Focus: Jean Humke by Joyce Weinstein
Commissions
Postscript: ISC News

Reviews

New York, NY: Deborah Masters
Washington, DC: Leo Villareal
Chicago, IL: Jerry Bleem
New Orleans, LA: Sibylle Peretti and Stephen Paul Day
Lincoln, MA: Rona Pondick and The 2002 DeCordova Annual
Utica, NY: Carlo Bernardini
New York, NY: Judy Hoffman
New York, NY: Anselm Kiefer
New York, NY: Jyrki Siukonen
New York, NY: Ivan Witenstein
Pittsburgh, PA: Adrienne Heinrich
Houston, TX: “An Expression of the New Millennium: Mexico’s Presence”
West Rutland, VT: Meg Walker
Virginia Beach, VA: Whitfield Lovell
Toronto, Canada: Marianne Lovink
Marseilles, France: Roger Vilder
Karlsruhe, Germany: “Future Cinema”


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