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Sculpture July/August 1997 Vol.16 No.6

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Features

Luis Jiménez: Man on Fire The work of Luis Jiménez takes on popular, traditional, and contemporary culture. by Kathleen Whitney

Jesús Soto: Feeling the Infinite A recent retrospective initiates a reconsideration of kinetic art's emotional and aesthetic range. by Ricardo Pau-Llosa

Improvisation and Assemblage Noah Purifoy explores cultural contradictions and the African-American heritage. by Collette Chattopadhyay

Three-Dimensional Learning:

Sculpture in the Schools by Jo-Anna J. Moore

Young Sculptors by John C. Rodgers

Departments

Focus: Beth Galston by Marty Carlock

Focus: Dennis Gill by Gil McElroy

Focus: Richard Kamler by Donna Schumacher

Commissions

Postscript

Maquette

Developing Live/Work Space by Alicia Kennedy

Resources

Reviews

Museums and Galleries

San Francisco

Ann Chamberlain, Art Commission Gallery

Glen Seator, Capp Street Project

Kenji Yanobe, Center for the Arts, Yerba Buena Gardens

Winston-Salem, NC

Dennis Peacock, Diggs Gallery

New Orleans

William Christenberry, Contemporary Arts Center

Seattle

Martin Puryear, Donald Young Gallery

New York

Jack Risley, Postmasters

Philadelphia

Phoebe Adams, Marion Locks Gallery

Winifred Lutz, Institute of Contemporary Art

Pittsburgh

"interiors", Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Prague

Zdenek Pesánek, Center for Modern and Contemporary Art, National Gallery in Prague

Milan

Carsten Höller, Massimo de Carlo Gallery

Dispatches: Fairs, Symposia, Events

Seattle

Artfair/Seattle

Strasbourg, France

"Berlin: Views of Prenzlauer Berg," Laiterie

Dunaujvaros, Hungary

Dunaujvaros Steel Sculptors' Symposium

 

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