Sculpture January1998 Vol.17 No.1
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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
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
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
Focus: Ronald Gonzalez by Sherry Chayat
Focus: Tom Bevan by Brian McAvera
Dossier: Barcelona by Anne Barclay Morgan
The Evolution of Sculpture Tools by John de Marchi
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"
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