International Sculpture Center

   
November 2003 Vol.22 No. 9
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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On the Cover


Sarah Sze, Triple Point of Water, 2003.
Mixed media, dimensions variable. View of installation at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Photo: David Allen, courtesy Marianne Boesky Gallery.

From the Chairman


I have been traveling recently and want to share with you some of the exciting experiences that I have had with my favorite avocation—sculpture."[more ...]"

From the Editor


The sculptors featured in this issue of Sculpture, in one way or another, insist on art’s materiality..."[more ...]"

Features

Sarah Sze’s Organized Chaos
Sze’s work comments on the multiplicity of both everyday reality and cyber-reality.
by Marty Carlock

Alain Kirili: Sculpture as Living Dialogue
Kirili’s work forges a dialogue with Julio González, David Smith, and other sculptors.
by Ginger Danto

David Smith: Poetry and Perfidy
Smith’s formal inventiveness is not limited to a single style, medium, or approach.
by Robert C. Morgan

New Sculptural Realism: Rethinking Objectivity
There is a hunger for the “real” among contemporary sculptors and audiences.
by Ray Cronin

Defining Cultural Value: A Conversation with Toland Grinnell
Grinnell’s sculptures simultaneously mirror and subvert consumer desire.
by Ana Finel Honigman

Departments

Forum: Richard Hunt in Michigan by Susan Wilczak
News
Itinerary
Focus: Marlene Alt by Nancy G. Heller
Focus: Paul Kittleson by Kathleen Whitney
Focus: Karen Rich Beall by Rebecca Dimling Cochran
Commissions
Postscript: ISC News

Reviews

New York: Ann Sperry
Berkeley: Vincent Fecteau
Los Angeles: Bill Viola
Washington, DC: “Fiberscapes”
Sarasota, FL: Leslie Fry
Chicago: Emmanuelle Antille
Long Island City, NY: Lawson Oyekan
New York: Matthew Barney
New York: Jean Blackburn
New York: Michael Zansky
Cleveland: Charles Tucker
Havana: Carlos Garaicoa
Cambridge, U.K: Dilys Jackson
London: Anish Kapoor


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