Sculpture March 1998 Vol.17 No. 3
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Points of Departure: Public Art's Intentions, Indignities, and Interventions Patricia C. Phillips takes a close look at today's public art and asks the hard questions. by Patricia C. Phillips
A Geography of Home: Collaboration and Public Art Collaboration in the truest sense is the focus of Alan Finkel's journeys to a variety of sites to create public works. by Arlene Raven
Richard Tuttle: No Way You Can Frame It Richard Tuttle reverses the rigid, highly defined Modernist and Conceptualist paradigms by making the intangible, cerebral, and philosophical into the concrete. by Kathleen Whitney
Nature: The Sculpture of Winifred Lutz Winifred Lutz uses materials drawn from the earth in sculptures that are delicate contemplations of time, surface, perception, and mortality. by Tom Csaszar
Site: Herring Island Environmental Sculpture Park by Ken Scarlett
Focus: Tom Marioni by Terri Cohn
In the Studio: Matthew McCaslin by Michael Klein
Maintaining the Olympic Ring by Patricia Kerlin
San Francisco: Kathryn Spence
Santa Monica: Susan Hornbeak-Ortiz
San Francisco: David Ruddell
San Francisco: Clifford Rainey Baltimore: "X Site 97"
Bridgehampton, NY: Novanoah
New York: Cristina Iglesias
New York: Rita McBride
New York: "Four Acts in Glass"
New York: Toshiko Takaezu
Houston: Linda Ridgeway
Hong Kong: Yann Kersalé
Dublin: "Street Art"
Oroñsko, Poland: Józef Szajna
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