International Sculpture Center

   


September 2012
Vol. 31 No 6

A publication of the
International Sculpture Center
*Read the full article online!
Etsuko Ichikawa: Fire and Water
by Christopher Schnoor
Following what may be described as a coming-out event at Miami’s Art Basel in 2005, Seattle artist Etsuko Ichikawa has had a series of impressive solo exhibitions around the United States, capped in 2011 by two extensive shows, one at the Univer?sity of Wyoming’s Museum of Art and the second at Seattle’s Davidson Gallery. Her busy museum and gallery schedule and increasing public commissions have established her as a major West Coast artist with a growing national reputation. It has not been a smooth ride, though; her road to success has been filled with doubts and detours, gambles and guesses. In the end, however, she has emerged as a confident, innovative artist, mining the dual influences of Eastern tradition and Western contemporary culture...see the entire article in the print version of September's Sculpture magazine.


Nachi—between the eternal and the ephemeral, 2011. Glass pyrograph on paper, video, sound, and cotton twine, 16 x 50 x 32 ft.


Complete text in print version available at fine newsstands and through subscription. Please visit our Membership page for more information.

Click here for Sculpture magazine ARCHIVES
To advertise in Sculpture magazine, call 718.812.8826 or e-mail advertising@sculpture.org.



Get a digital subscription
to Sculpture for just $25.
Click here
to sign up.