On the Cover
Lynda Benglis, The Fall
Caught, 2016. Aluminum, 170 x 85 x 96 in.
In this Issue...
The artists in the April issue of Sculpture interrogate the essential terms of the medium: from Lynda Benglis's spirited investigation of the dichotomies of the experiential world, to Gaspar Acebo experiments with the interaction of plane and volume, Taryn Simon's interest in systems of categorization and classification, Petah Coyne's disruption of a stable correlation between the senses and knowledge, Brian Dettmer's carving of defunct books, and Michael Gitlin's painterly treatment of space and volume.
Also, in the print and digital version of April's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
April Online Feature: Lynda Benglis: I Choose My Dreams
Over the course of her long career, Lynda
Benglis has defied easy categorization.
From her earliest days in New York, where
she moved after graduating from Newcomb
College in New Orleans in 1964, her
buoyantly outspoken personality...
Read The Entire Article Executive Director's Letter
April is a month of high activity for the ISC and the sculpture community. April 24 is International Sculpture Day...