On the Cover
Shilpa Gupta, I Will Die, 2012. Print on mirror and embroidered curtain on metal rod, 57.77 x 40.87 x 4.91 in. Photo: Courtesy the artist and Gallery Dvir.
In this Issue...
The September issue of Sculpture highlights conceptual sculpture with roots in a range of ideas from the investigations of water and the desert by artists Daniel McCormick and Mary O’Brien and Lauren Bon's Metabolic Studio, to Keith Edmier's personal and social histories, to Shilpa Gupta's political and phenomenological approach, to Nobuho Nagasawa's philosophical meditations on life and light, to the cultural and environmentalist installations of Fiona Hall (who represents Australia in this year's Venice Biennale).
Also, in the print and digital version of September's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
September Online Feature: Shilpa Gupta: Finding Common Threads
Interactive and engaging, Shilpa Gupta’s works draw viewers in, provoking them to think, take their experience with them, and act. Each object and installation picks up on thought-provoking issues...
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Executive Director's Letter
This issue of Sculpture highlights conceptual works with roots in a range of ideas, from investigations of water and the desert by Watershed Sculpture...