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On the Cover
On the Cover: Manuel Neri, Arcos de Geso (left panel of a diptych), 2004. Bronze with enamel paint, 110.5 x 76 x 12.75 in.
Photo: Courtesy Hackett-Freedman Gallery, New York.
From the Chairman
ISC members, board, staff, and supporters have much to be proud of. We publish an award-winning magazine—Sculpture—and have recently published our first book—A Sculpture Reader (available for purchase directly from the ISC, at Amazon.com, or in bulk through our distributor, University of Washington Press; new and renewing Professional Level members will receive a complimentary copy). In June, we concluded a successful conference in Cincinnati, and our future conference schedule is taking shape and looks very exciting. And <www.sculpture.org>, the most important and most visited Internet resource for sculptors and sculpture, continues to expand. (Complete letter...)
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