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Sculpture June 1999 Vol.18 No. 5

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Features

Ken Unsworth: The Theater of Life
Ken Unsworth’s retrospective at the Art Gallery of New South Wales demonstrated the artist’s diversity and theatricality, as well as his ability to reach audiences.
by Ken Scarlett

Christian Boltanski: Traces of the Dead
Christian Boltanski’s haunting, provocative work draws on memory, history, ambiguity, and the presence of death in everyday life.
by Carol Rosen

Ana Mendieta’s Sphere of Influence
Her trailblazing explorations of both feminist and postcolonial concerns in art have made Ana Mendieta an important precursor to many contemporary artists.
by Collette Chattopadhyay

Only the Most Valuable Things: An Interview with José Bedia
One of the best-known Cuban-American artists of his generation, José Bedia discusses his working methods, his influences, and cultural traditions.
by Sherry Gaché


Departments
News

Focus: Ernesto Pujol by Jane Harris

Focus: Robert Lobe by Michael Klein

Focus: Daphne Wright by Robert Preece

Commissions

Reviews

Seattle: Merrill Wagner

Huntington Beach, CA: Barbara Benish

San Francisco: Bryan Hunt

Santa Monica: Stephen Hendee

Santa Monica: Alison Saar

Milford, CT: Darrell Petit

Miami: Miralda

Atlanta: Michael Murrell

New York: Lynda Benglis

New York: Robert Irwin

New York: Judy Pfaff

New York: Richard Rezac

Philadelphia: Robert Roesch

Denton, TX: Whitfield Lovell

Seattle: Patrick Holderfield

Yokohama: Kishio Suga

Dispatch: “Functional Follies: 20 Architectural Objects of Delight”



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