On the Cover Roxy Paine, Carcass (detail), 2013. Birch, maple, glass, and flourescent light, aprox. 13.9 x 20 x 13.58 ft. Photo: Joseph Rynkiewicz, Coutesy Kavi Gupta CHICAGO | BERLIN.
In this Issue... The October issue of Sculpture includes new work in a dizzying array of media by some of todayís leading artists: including Roxy Paine, Emily Speed, Courtney Egan, Bella Feldman, and Aristotle Georgiades; plus: the 2014 winners of the International Sculpture Centerís Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards. Also, reviews and previews of sculpture exhibitions from Canada, the U.K., Italy, Germany, Austria, France, Sweden, the Netherlands, and across the U.S.
Also, in the print and digital version of October's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
October Online Feature: Courtney Egan - Botanical Light Sculpture Perhaps because it blossoms only for a single night, once a year, the otherworldly Selenicereus grandiflorus, or night-blooming cereus, has long been associated with myth and magic... Click here to read the entire article with multi-media extras.
Executive Director's Letter This month, Sculpture is devoted to education. You will find a jam-packed issue focusing on students, educators, and educational facilities.... read more.