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Sculpture January1998 Vol.17 No.1

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Features

New York Story: In Public Art, Artists and Audiences Transcend Geography

The history of collaboration in public art, including its processes and participating assemblies, is still largely invisible after more than 25 years of sustained activity. by Arlene Raven

The Architecture of Light and Space: An Interview with Stephen Antonakos

A pioneer in the sculptural use of light, Stephen Antonakos discusses his use of neon and his recent architectural constructions, including a chapel for the Venice Biennale. by Zoe Kosmidou

Texture, Grace, and Drama: An Interview with Mary Lucier

Mary Lucier's ground-breaking video installations deal with the relation of the body and the land, tradition and innovation, and sculpture and theater. by Nicholas Drake

Departments

Focus: Ronald Gonzalez by Sherry Chayat

Focus: Tom Bevan by Brian McAvera

Dossier: Barcelona by Anne Barclay Morgan

Commissions

Maquette

The Evolution of Sculpture Tools by John de Marchi

Reviews

Paris: Tadashi Kawamata

Los Angeles: Robert Gober

Santa Monica: Stefan Lindfors

San Francisco: Susan Schwartzberg and Ali Sant

San Diego: Jay Johnson

Washington, D.C.: "Brazilian Sculpture"

Boston: "Enterprise"

Brockton, MA: Stephen Whittlesey

St. Louis: "Expanding Textile Concepts"

Nashville: Michael Aurbach

Virginia Beach, VA: Mara Adamitz Scrupe and Jann Rosen-Queralt

McLean, VA: "A Permeable Edge"

Seattle: Tom Rudd

Seattle: James Lee Hansen

London: Avtarjeet Dhanjal

Dublin: "Ireland and Europe"

Montreal: Nicola Hicks

Dispatches

Philadelphia: Artfront

New York: Mugger Music

 

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