International Sculpture Center

   
March 2005 Vol.24 No.2
A publication of the International Sculpture Center


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Web Specials

“Presence of Light”

by Jill Conner

The 54th Carnegie International
by Elaine King

The Bristol-Myers Squibb Sculpture Project
by Patricia Summers


On the Cover

Judith Shea, Cara, 2000–02. Wood, bronze, and hair, 19.5 x 16 x 10 in.
Photo: © Ruy Sanchez Blanco.


From the ISC Executive Director


In 1969 I attended the Whitney Sculpture Annual. Two works there, a Dan Flavin light piece and a Robert Morris wire mesh piece, changed art for me forever. Ten years later, as I was finishing my internship at the Whitney Museum’s Independent Study program, I had become even more fascinated by contemporary artists and the ways they worked and lived. Thirty years later, that interest is still alive and well. "[more ...]"



From the Editor


With the arrival of Michael Klein, the new Executive Director of the ISC, and the beginning stages of our planning for Sculpture’s 25th year of publication next year, it seems an appropriate moment to recognize some people who make it possible for us to get this publication into your hands 10 times a year
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Features

Judith Shea: Seven Characters on the Verge of a Revelation

by Martin Friedman

Robert Morrison: Anxious Austerity
by William L. Fox

J. Morgan Puett: Smuggling and Grafting
by Judith Hoos Fox

Salvatore Scarpitta: Dirt-Track Sculpture
by James Harithas

Kuma: Sculpture as Transcultural Theater
by Robert C. Morgan

Milestone


Departments


Forum:
For and Against Resale Royalties by Daniel Grant
News
 
Itinerary
 
Focus:
David Ireland by Terri Cohn
Dialogue:
Simeon Nelson by Robert Preece
Focus:
Gordon Powell by Victor M. Cassidy
Commissions
 
Postscript:
ISC News


Reviews

Naples: Pino Pascali
Miami:
Ralph Provisero
Honolulu: Lonny Tomono
Chicago: Philip Livingston
Provincetown, Massachusetts:
Catherine Widgery
New York:
Christopher Chambers
New York: Eve Ingalls
New York:
Erick Swenson
New York:
Sofi Zezmer
Utica, New York: Cristin Millet
Vilnius, Lithuania:
Massimo Ghiotti, Mindaugas Tindziagolskis and Gintaras Karosas
Budapest:
EU Accession Exhibition of the Hungarian Sculpture Society


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