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Sculpture January/February 1999 Vol.18 No. 1

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Features

Richard Serra, Man of Steel

In the wake of several recent exhibitions, Richard Serra's sculpture is receiving renewed attention from critics and audiences. by Jan Garden Castro

A Sculptor's Place: The Studio of Grace Knowlton

Grace Knowlton's spheres and boulders become metaphors for the influence of time on both objects and individuals. by Jonathan Goodman

Edward Mayer:The Idea of Impermanence

The temporary, site-specific installations of Edward Mayer deal with notions of structure, permanence, and form in sculpture. by Corinna Ripps

Systems Aesthetics and Cyborg Art:The Legacy of Jack Burnham

The 1960s writings of artist and critic Jack Burnham raise issues still vital today for the development of sculpture that is based on science and technology. by Simon Penny

Departments

News

Focus: Teresita Fernández by Anne Barclay Morgan

Focus: Alan Rath by Elaine A. King

Focus: Carl Zimmerman by Gil McElroy

Commissions

Reviews

Winter Park, FL: Thomas Koole

Long Beach, CA: Pia PIzzo

Los Angeles: Dove Bradshaw

Miami: Janet Cardiff

Miami: Marisa Telleria-Diez

Lincoln, MA: The DeCordova Annual Exhibition

Detroit: Shawn Skabelund

St. Louis: Robert Charles Smith, Anna Skibska

New York: Rachel Whiteread

New York: Giacometti to Judd: Prints by Sculptors

Southampton, NY: Barbara Kruger

Portland, OR: David French

Portland, OR: Lee C. Imonen

Philadelphia:Visual Fringe

Dallas: David Bates

Seattle: Ned Baldwin

Toronto: Threshold

Dublin, Ireland: Michael Quane

Padua, Italy: Giò Pomodoro

Dispatch: Berkshires and the Upper Hudson Valley

 

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