International Sculpture Center

   

July/August 2005 Vol.2 No. 6
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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Web Specials



The Artist Pension Trust

by Daniel Grant

Benefits and Risks of Selling Artwork On-line
by Daniel Grant

On the Cover


Louise Bourgeois, Couple, 2004. Fabric and stainless steel, 26 x 12 x 12 in. Photo: Christopher Burke, Courtesy Cheim & Read, New York.

From the ISC Executive Director


Lately I’ve been hearing that the habit of collecting is now considered a lifestyle. Does that make sculptors lifestyle engineers? "[more ...]"

From the Editor


It’s summer, and the art world’s thoughts are turning to the mother of all biennial exhibitions, the Venice Biennale."[more ...]"

Features


Vital Signs: A Conversation with Louise Bourgeois
by Jan Garden Castro

Questioning Beauty: A Conversation with Silvia B.

by Barbara S. Krulik

Carsten Nicolai: Crystalline Beauty in Mathematical Space
by Stefanie Bickel

Janet Echelman’s She Changes
article by Robert C. Morgan / interview by Lilly Wei

Patrick Dougherty: Itinerant Artist

by Pat Summers

Departments


Forum: Moscow Biennial by Carolee Thea
News
Itinerary
Focus: Maurizio Pellegrin by L.P. Streitfeld
Dialogue: Maria de Coral and Rosa Martinez by Elaine A. King
Focus: Václav Cigler and Marian Karel by Jirí Setlik
Commissions
Postscript: Working with Rolf Ricke by Thom Merrick

Reviews


Vicenza, Italy: “Light Sculpture”
Washington, DC: John Dreyfuss
Miami: Wanxin Zhang
Chicago: Andrew Lord
New York: Petah Coyne
New York: Anthony Caro
New York: Judy Fox
New York: Cristos Gianakos
New York: Nancy Graves
New York: Sarah Lucas
Vancouver, Canada: Rodney Graham
Dispatch: Brancusi and Serra at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts
Dispatch: Visual Music in the Key of Three D


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