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Jun Kaneko, Bonze, 2004. Cast bronze with patina, 69 x 59 x 47 in.

Photo: Dirk Bakker © 2006.

 

From the ISC Executive Director


Because we are the International Sculpture Center, and because part of our mission is to create and build dialogues between sculptors, I was invited to Mexico City in late January to visit studios and learn about what is taking place with sculptors and sculpture programs there. While this was a brief trip, it was an important step to begin the process of opening up connections with artists outside the U.S.

As you may know, Mexico City is one of the largest urban centers in the world, and perhaps the only way to comprehend its size is to know that in the four days of my visit we covered some 500 miles by taxi. For those of you who might want to visit, it is a city not to be missed: without sounding too naïve, I discovered a culture rich in its contemporary energies with deep historic roots. Artists there make a great effort to balance the past and the immediate present in their works.
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Features


Jun Kaneko: Scale and Topography by Ric Collier


Jene Highstein: Rooms, Columns, Impossible Buildings by Kathleen Whitney


Richard Stout: Inflections of Modernity by Ileana Marcoulesco


Collisions: A Conversation with Roxy Paine by Jan Garden Castro


Time, Space, and Memory: A Conversation with Francisco Gazit˙a by John K. Grande


The Art of Seeing: A Conversation with Devorah Sperber by Ana Finel Honigman


Nick Cave: Massive Intensity by Polly Ullrich

Departments


News

Forum: Mac's Farm and Sculpture Center by Jane Durrell

Itinerary

Commissions

Reviews


Washington, DC: “Dada”

Newport Beach, California: Fabrice Gygi

Chicago: Mike Peter Smith

Boston: Thomas Hirschhorn

New York: Santiago Calatrava

New York: Rob Fischer

Portland, Oregon: The Mark Building at the Portland Art Museum

Nashville: Deborah Aschheim

McLean, Virginia: Rebecca Kamen

Seattle: Michael Peterson

Mexico City: “El Bosque/The Forest”

Paris: Christian Boltanski

Berlin: Anton Henning

Gwangju, Korea: Soo-Jung Hyun

Sydney, Australia: Sculpture by the Sea 2005


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