International Sculpture Center


Sculpture April 1998 Vol.17 No. 4

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Memory, Monuments, Mystery, and Iron Beverly Pepper discusses her retrospective in Florence, the evolution of her work, her working process, and her views on contemporary art. by Anne Barclay Morgan

Sculpture's Phantoms in the Public Sphere The history of artworks placed in public spaces demonstrates that public sculpture is frequently enmeshed in conflicts that are subsequently obscured or forgotten. by Maureen Sherlock

The Shape of Art at the End of the Century Postmodernism has continued to expand the field of sculpture over the past two decades, demanding that we seek new ways of mapping contemporary art. by Jan Avgikos



Site: Larry Sultan and People in Real Life by Donna Graves

Focus: Mary Ann Unger by Judith Page

Focus: Greely Myatt by Susan W. Knowles



Dimensions: Mel Edwards



Stone Sculpture Symposia by Neal Barab


New York: Jene Highstein

Los Angeles: Larry Bell

San Francisco: Walter Robinson

San Francisco: Andrea Sunder-Plassman and Sigi Torinas

Washington, D.C.: Emilie Benes Brzezinski

Washington, D.C.: Wendy Ross

Grand Rapids, MI: Margery Amdur

Rochester, MI: Joseph Wesner

Royal Oak, MI: Mary Douglas

Las Vegas: Essie Pinsker

New York: "Six Interpretations in Clay: Handmade in Taiwan"

New York: Suzanne Harris

Queensland, Australia: Chris Booth

Prague: "Angel, Angel"

Rome: Hidetoschi Nagasawa


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