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Sculpture February 1998 Vol.17 No. 2

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Features

Poetry Out of Chaos: A Conversation with Judy Pfaff

Judy Pfaff's installations combine sculpture and architecture, with emotional, environmental, and sensory resonance. by Jan Garden Castro

Stone: Mystery or Malaise?

Sculptors working with stone today face questions of aesthetics, permanence, purity, tradition, and monumentality. by Claire Lieberman

Negotiating Boundaries: inSITE97

Five artists discuss their explorations of the U.S.-Mexico border through sculptures and installations responding to universal, political, and conceptual issues. by Sandra Wagner

Public Art in Brazil

The cities of Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Recife, Olinda, and São Paulo offer a range of public sculpture characterized by local and international influences. by Harriet F. Senie

Departments

Focus: Carlos Dorrien by Marty Carlock

Focus: Tommy Simpson by Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel

In the Studio: Anne Mudge by Leah Ollman

Commissions

Dimensions

Elyn Zimmerman

Maquette

Inspiration and Renewal: Sculpture Residencies by Jane Ingram Allen

Resources

Reviews

Los Angeles: Kcho

Pasadena: Jim Campbell

Boston: Magdalena Campos-Pons

Minneapolis: Joseph Beuys

New York: Cai Guo-Qiang

New York: Michelle Stuart

Lubbock and El Paso, TX: Juan Granados

Dublin: The Fire Station Studios

Rome: Mark Dion

Paris: Mark di Suvero

London: Lili Dujourie

Dispatches

Bilbao: The Guggenheim Museum

San Diego and Tijuana: inSITE97

Marfa, TX: Chinati Foundation

 

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