On the Cover Biuseppe Penone, Anatomia, 2011. Carrara marble, 310 x 172 x 156 cm. View of work installed at Versailles. Photo: Tadzio, courtesy the artist.
In this Issue... Sculpture magazine's March issue explores the interrelationships of nature, art, and culture in the work of artists from Italy, Korea, Germany, Australia, the U.S. and the U.K., (Giuseppe Penone, Jukhee Kwon, Wolfgang Laib, Janet Laurence, Ted Larsen, and Richard Deacon)-plus a report on an unconventional public art program in Atlantic City, eleven reviews from China, Canada, and across the U.S., and previews of sculpture shows from around the world.
Also, in the print and digital version of March's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
March Online Feature: Between Evidence and Imagination:
A Conversation with Janet Laurence "Janet Laurence’s work takes viewers on an amazing journey through subjects as diverse as ecology, feminism, and alchemy, to name a few..." Click here to read the entire article with multi-media extras.
Chairman's Letter The International Sculpture Center, now in its 54th year of service to the field, has grown to become a major connective force in the sculpture world... read more from March's Chairman's Letter.