On the Cover Teresita Fernández, Untitled, 2012. Polycarbonate tubing, 96 x 542 x 264 in. Photo: Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, NY and Hong Kong.
In this Issue... November’s Sculpture magazine features sculpture using light as material, in the work of Teresita Fernández, Leo Villareal, and Heinz Mack, plus the experimentation with more tangible materials in the work of the late Lee Littlefield as well as Laura Thorne and Eliana Heredia; plus reviews from Dublin, Buenos Aires, and across the U.S. and previews of sculpture exhibitions around the world.
Also, in the print and digital version of November's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
November Online Feature: New Ways of Seeing:
A Conversation with Teresita Fernández "A graphite waterfall, a ring of silk fire, a bamboo “forest” of acrylic tubes, and a braille constellation set against a luminous night sky: Miami-born, Brooklyn-based Teresita Fernández explores natural..." Click here to read the entire article with multi-media extras.
Chairman's Letter This month I would like to begin by recognizing incoming and outgoing Board members. First, our outgoing board members, who have led and inspired us... read more from November's Chairman's Letter.