International Sculpture Center

   


June 2003 Vol.22 No.5
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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On the Cover

Andy Goldsworthy, Three Cairns, 2002. Iowa limestone, cairn: approx. 8' tall; walls: 13' x 15.5' x 9' View of works at the Des Moines Art Center.
Photo: Woolly Bugger Studio.

From the Editor

"This late spring/early summer issue of Sculpture includes two articles on Andy Goldsworthy, one emphasizing a project of continental scope in the United States and the other featuring several recent projects in Britain."[more ...]"

Features

Disjunctions in Nature and Culture: Andy Goldsworthy
Three Cairns demonstrates several important aspects of Goldsworthy’s career.
by Lenore Metrick

Natural Time and Human Experience: Andy Goldsworthy’s Dialogue with Modernity
Recent public works offer paths for experiencing his work in its natural setting.
by Oliver Lowenstein

The Sculpture Garden: Three Radically Different Ideas
Three visions of what a sculpture park can be provide diverse venues for art.
by Margaret Sheffield

Plant Art: Is There Room to Grow?
Artists using flora as their medium address major social and aesthetic issues.
by Brooke Kamin Rapaport

Signs and Symbols: A Conversation with Karin Giusti
Giusti’s symbolic gestures cultivate the public’s participation and response.
by D. Dominick Lombardi

Departments

Forum: The Pros and Cons of Business Entity Status by Daniel Grant
News
Itinerary [Check out these sculpture destinations]
Focus: Gianni Caravaggio by Andrea Bellini
Site: The Edith Russ Site for Media Art by Robert Preece
Focus: Ricci Albenda by David Hunt
Commissions
Postscript: ISC News

Reviews

New York, NY: Virgil Marti
Los Angeles, CA: Nancy Rubins
Ridgefield, CT: Ken Butler
Atlanta, GA: David Isenhour
South Bend, IN: Georgia Strange
North Adams, MA: “Uncommon Denominator”
Baltimore, MD: Maria Elena González
St. Louis, MO: Christina Shmigel
New York, NY: Ah Xian
Philadelphia, PA: Randy Dalton
Philadelphia, PA: Jeff Kellar
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada: Cal Lane and “Domesticate”
Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Atom Egoyan
Paris, France: Devon Dikeou
Osaka, Japan: “Private Luxury”
London, England, UK: Lothar Hempel


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