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June 2005 Vol.24 No.5
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

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From the Editor


Beginning with this issue of Sculpture, our Postscript page, at the very back of the magazine, will be devoted to essays and opinions on important issues in today’s art world. We will include articles by well-known writers and artists as well as by those at the beginning of their careers. Robert C. Morgan inaugurates this new Postscript page with an appreciation of the importance of Nam June Paik both to the art world as a whole and to the New York scene in particular. The International Sculpture Center awarded Paik the Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award in 2001. With Meta 11, a new sculpture, video, and performance work shown last fall in the artist’s studio, Paik continues to stretch the boundaries of contemporary art while addressing the conditions of contemporary life. In upcoming issues, Postscript essayists will discuss the importance of visionary collectors and dealers to the lives and careers of young atists, the increasing overlap between artists, architects, and landscape architects, and other issues of concern to sculptors, to the art world as a whole, and to anyone interested in art’s role in the wider society.

Glenn Harper



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