International Sculpture Center

April 2005 Vol.24 No.3
A publication of the International Sculpture Center


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Web Specials

Elizabeth Weissensteiner
by Khadija Z. Carroll

Careers: Artists as Directors and Curators of Art Spaces,
College Galleries, and Museums
by Daniel Grant

On the Cover

Tom Otterness, The Lion and the Mouse, 2003. Bronze, 81.3 x 162.6 x 124.5 cm. Photo: © D. James Dee

From the ISC Executive Director

During this transition period, I’ve gone from looking at sculpture with a curatorial eye—Where can we put it? How much is it? Will it work in that location?—to considering it from the position of an advocate. "[more ...]"

From the Editor

I mentioned last month that next year is the 25th Aniversary of Sculpture magazine. Next year is also the 45th anniversary of the International Sculpture Center: the ISC began with the first International Sculpture Conference, in Lawrence, Kansas, in 1961."[more ...]"


Tom Otterness: Public Art and the Civic Ideal
in the Postmodern Age

by Vince Carducci

Jessica Stockholder: Redefining the Frame
by Claire Barliant

“Public Art is Dangerous”: Dennis Oppenheim
by Daniel Grant

The Weight of Memory: Zero Higashida

by Jonathan Goodman

Nek Chand Saini: Sculpting From Scrap
by Minhazz Majumdar


Forum: Insel Hombroich, Germany by Marcel Krenz

Focus: Angela Freiberger by Denise Carvalho
Dialogue: Gavin Turk by Robert Preece
Focus: William Kentridge by Carolee Thea
Site: The Kröller Müller Sculpture Park by Ken Scarlett
Postscript: ISC News


New York: Marsha Pels
San Francisco: Ala Ebtekar
Los Angeles: “Certain Traces”
Miami: “Lespri Endepandan”
Chicago: Dan Peterman
New York: Steven Brower
New York: Maren Hassinger
New York: Catherine Lee
New York: Atsuko Tanaka
Seattle: John Buck
Reykjavik, Iceland: Katrín Sigurdardóttir
Florence, Italy: “Forme per il David”
Milan: Anselm Kiefer
London: Bruce Nauman
Book Review: Objects and Meaning

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