In this Issue...
The October issue of Sculpture includes the still vibrant work of one of the key figures in South American contemporary art, the late Helio Oiticica, the dynamic installations of found objects, live butterflies, and emergency response studio construction of Paul Villinsi, and the cumulative performance sculpture of Taiwan-born Chin Chih Yang; plus: the transition of Pittsburgh's famous Carrie Furnaces from iron to art, a report on International Sculpture Day 2016, and the 2016 winners of the International Sculpture Center's Outstanding Student Achievement Awards.
Also, in the print and digital version of October's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
October Online Feature: The Catalyst of Arts and Heritage at the Carrie Furnaces
Almost 100 feet tall and constructed of 2.5-
inch-thick plate steel lined with refractory
brick, the iron cupolas at the Carrie Furnaces
National Historic Landmark in Swissvale
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This issue of Sculpture includes the still vibrant work of Hélio Oiticica, a key figure in South American contemporary art, Paul Villinski's
emergency response studio and dynamic installations of found objects...