On the Cover Adrian Villar Rojas, Ahora estare con hijo, el asesino de tu herencia (Now I will be with the my son, the murderer of your heritage), 2011. Unfired clay, cement, burlap, and wood, view of installation, Argentine Pavilion, Venice Biennale. Photo Oliver C. Hass, courtesy the artist and kurimanzutto.
In this Issue... The December issue of Sculpture focuses on artists pushing material boundaries, including Adrian Villar Rojas and Edgardo Madanes of Argentina, Kaarina Kaikkonen of Finland, David Mach of the U.K. and Robert Mangold and Dan Steinhilber of the U.S.. In addition: The Liverpool Biennial and reviews from Buenos Aires, Paris, and across the U.S.j, and previews of sculpture shows
Also, in the print and digital version of December's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
December Online Feature: Speak, Materials:
Dan Steinhilber's Way with the Everyday Do you remember the sound of your parentsí basement? The drone of the dehumidifier, the steady whir of the dryer, the hollow thump made by Uncle Kentís college trunk? Dan Steinhilber does...Click here to read the entire article with multi-media extras.
Chairman's Letter On behalf of the Board and staff, best wishes to everyone for a happy holiday season...read more from December's Chairman's Letter.