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Sculpture October 1997 Vol.16 No.8

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Features

Anthony Caro: Sculpting Space

The richness and variety of Anthony Caro's achievements are embedded in his unique approach to sculpture, space, and experience. by Phyllis Tuchman

The Millennial Body

In much recent art of the figure there is a sense of emptying a vessel, perhaps in anticipation of its being refilled with a new substance, perhaps just before discarding it. by Thomas McEvilley

The Body is Exhausted

"The body" has been a prominent theme in recent sculpture, but some sculptors are shifting the focus toward the body's interactivity with its surroundings. by Kathleen Whitney

Departments

Site: Desert Breath by Zoe Kosmidou

Focus: Michael Ashkin by Michael Klein

Focus: Olga de Amaral by Twylene Moyer

Commissions

Postscript

Maquette

UrbanGlass by Patricia C. Phillips

The Surprise Partner by Joshua J. Kaufman

Resources

Reviews

New York: Richard Hunt

Scottsdale, AZ: Rico Eastman

San Francisco: Doug Jeck

San Francisco: Robert Arneson

Washington, DC: Lisa Scheer

Miami: Linda Matalon

Cambridge, MA: Elizabeth King

Greensboro, NC: Beth B

New York: Helga von Eicken-Kopperl

New York: Christopher Lesnewski

Pittsburgh: Carol Kumata and Laurie Palmer

Arlington, TX: Tom Orr and Frances Bagley

London: Cathy de Monchaux

Halifax, Nova Scotia: Robin Peck

Dispatches

Chicago: Art 1997 Chicago

Charleston, SC: Spoleto Festival USA

 

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