International Sculpture Center

   


December 2004 Vol.23 No.10
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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Web Specials


Wellington Reiter’s Visitor Station for the DeCordova Museum by Marty Carlock

Hepworth, Hirst and Hatoum in Tehran
by Homa T. Nasab

Ena Marrero
by John Vitale

Sylvia Wald
by D. Dominick Lombardi

On the Cover


Giuseppe Penone, Pelle di marmo e spine d’acacia, 2001. Carrara marble, acacia needles, and silk, 399 x 358 x 15 cm. Photo: Marc Domage, 2003 © Adagp, 2004.

From the Chairman


The Spiral Jetty Weekend, sponsored by the ISC and the Salt Lake Art Center, was an exciting event. While the ISC has been doing conferences and awards programs for many years, this represents a new and very positive direction. "[more ...]"

From the Editor


It is rare for Sculpture to publish a feature and a review on the same artist in one issue, but Giuseppe Penone’s recent exhibitions at the Drawing Center in New York and the Centre Pompidou in Paris both call for particular recognition. "[more ...]"

Features


Giuseppe Penone: The Poetry of Art and Nature by Allison Hunter

Jonathan Borofsky: On a Grand Scale by Michael Klein

The Garden-Book: Environmental Art at La Marrana by Andrea Bellini

Suspended in Time: A Conversation with Yolanda Gutiérrez by John K. Grande

The Buck Stops Here: A Conversation with Ken Little by Kathleen Whitney

Departments


Forum: Experiencing Spriral Jetty by Miki Yoshimoto
News
Itinerary

Focus: Nene Humphrey by Patricia Rosoff
Site: Cape Town International Convention Centre by Marilyn Martin
Focus: Tom Butter by Vincent Carducci
Focus: Frances Bagley by Cindy Hurt
Commissions
Postscript: ISC News

Reviews


New York: Giuseppe Penone
Laguna Beach, California:
Deborah Aschheim
Washington, DC:
Alan Binstock
Gary, Indiana:
Steve Reber
New York:
B. Amore
New York:
Suzanne Anker
New York:
Jeff Koons
New York:
Michal Rovner
New York:
Daisy Youngblood
Utica, New York:
Caiomhghín Ó Fraithile
Portland, Oregon:
Paul Arensmeyer
Montreal, Canada:
Daniel Corbeil
North Bay, Canada:
“Ice Follies”
Toronto, Canada:
Michel Goulet
Oxford, U.K.:
Mike Nelson
Berlin:
Patricia Leighton
Dispatch:
“Public/Private—The Second Auckland Triennial”


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