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On the Cover
On the Cover: Jaehyo Lee, o121-1110=107063, 2007. Wood, 51 x 24 x 47 in.
Photograph: Courtesy the artist.
From the Chairman
If it’s accurate, is it still a cliché? What I have in mind is that “tough times call for tough measures.” Here we are facing the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, with all that goes along with it for visual arts organizations—plunging endowments, dwindling donations, shrinking audiences—and most of what I read continues to criticize those organizations for making what, in any other industry, would be considered prudent economic decisions.
Can Sculpture Save New Orleans? Three Audacious Plans Make Attempt at Recovery by Doug MacCash
Reality Check: when appropriation becomes copyright infringement by Robert Preece
Beijing : Lin Tianmiao
Riverside, California : "Truthiness"
San Francisco : "Bay Area Now 5"
San Francisco : Bruce Hasson
Santa Monica : Martin Kersels
Key West : Sculpture Key West 2008
Atlanta : "A (new) Genre Landscape"
Chicago : Stephen De Staebler
Santa Fe : "Lucky Number 7"
New York : Berlinde De Bruyckere
Philadelphia : "Hovering Above"
Dallas : Lily Hanson
Toronto : James Carl
Vancouver : Rebecca Belmore
Cordoba, Argentina : Natalia Kempowsky
Helsinki : Kaija Kiuru
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