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Sculpture November 1997 Vol.16 No.9

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Features

An Interview with Eduardo Chillida Eduardo

Chillida's works redefine urban space, stretch the limits of human understanding, and pay homage to the horizon. by Sandra Wagner

Reactionary Transactions

Ann Wilson Lloyd interviews four young artists about the summer's European art events and the artists' attempts to bridge the gap between object and viewer. by Ann Wilson Lloyd

König on Münster '97

Curator Kasper König discusses the projects, philosophies, and choices behind the scenes at Sculpture Projects Münster. by Carolee Thea

The Legacy of Broodthaers

Marcel Broodthaers forever changed the process for viewing and understanding art and today's young Belgian artists are adapting his strategies. by Susan Canning

Departments

In the Studio: Studio Shokudo by Kay Itoi

Site: Michele Oka Doner: A Walk on the Beach by Anne Barclay Morgan

Focus: The P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Museum by Alenka Pirman

Dimensions: Jeanne Silverthorne

Commissions

Postscript

Maquette

Computers and Technology in Education

by Byron Clercx

Resources

Reviews

Pesaro, Italy: Mauro Staccioli

Laguna Beach, CA: Marcos Lutyens and Elena Beelaerts

Los Angeles: George Segal

Jacksonville, FL: David Royal Olson

Worcester, MA: Matt Mattus

Ferndale, MI: Tony Hepburn

New York: B. Amore

New York: Tony Smith

Pittsburgh: Thaddeus Mosley

Pittsburgh: Michael Olijnyk

Duvall, WA: HorseHead 9

Budapest: Agnes Deli

Dispatches

Münster: Sculpture Projects Münster '97

Kassel: documenta X

Venice: The Venice Biennale

 

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