International Sculpture Center

   



October 2005 Vol. 24 No. 78
A publication of the International Sculpture Center

 

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On the Cover


Magdalena Abakanowicz, Untitled, 1973-75. From the series "Schizoid Heads." Burlap and hemp rope, series dimensions 84-110 x 51-76 x 66-71 cm. Photo: Jan Nordahl.

 

From the ISC Executive Director


In an extremely intelligent essay in the June 3, 2005 issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education, Laurie Fendrich hit the nail on the head, describing a correlation between two seemingly unlinked events: when the center of the art world shifted to New York, the education of artists began to take place more and more in colleges and universities. "[more ...]"

 

Features



Magdalena Abakanowicz: Confession
by Magdalena Abakanowicz

Robert Grosvenor: In His Own Place
by Klaus Ottman

Poetry in the Mundane: A Conversation with Mags Harries and Lajos Heder
by Marty Carlock

Concurrences: A Conversation with Edward Mayer
by Patricia C. Phillips

The International Sculpture Center 2005 Outstanding Student
Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards

 

Departments


Forum: Key Issues for Sculpture Education Today
Itinerary
Focus: Gego by Ileana Marcoulesco
Site: The Simon Spierer Collection by William Ganis
Focus: Norma Minkowitz by Kathleen Whitney
Commissions
Postscript:
Land Arts of the American West by William Fox

Reviews


New York: William Tucker
Washington, DC: “Closer to Home”: The 48th Corcoran Biennial
Chicago: Terrence Karpowicz
Billings, Montana: Phoebe Knapp
Brooklyn: Itty Neuhaus
New York: Robert Gober
New York: Alyson Shotz
New York: Sook Jin Jo
Portland, Oregon: Charles Goldman
Patagonia, Chile: Paola Vezzani
Milan: Urs Fischer
London: Anthony Caro


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