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Sculpture March 1999 Vol.18 No. 2

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Features

Bernar Venet

Bernar Venet's paintings, sculptures, drawings, and conceptual art are bound together in a complex but always perspicacious unity. by Carter Ratcliff

Love Gas and Invisible Objects

The sculpture of Heide Fascnacht represents a triumph of individual imagination over style and fashion. by Kathleen Whitney

Elizabeth Catlett, The Spirit of Form

Elizabeth Catlett's figural realism is infused with organic abstraction, West African and pre-Columbian traditions, and her experience as an African-American woman. by Martha Kearns

Departments

News

Dossier: Cultural Spaces in Rio de Janiero by Denise Carvalho

Site: Denise Milan and Ary Perez by Harriet F. Senie

Focus: Atelier van Lieshout by Rebecca Dimling Cochran

Commissions

Reviews

Turin, Italy: Claudio Parmiggiani

Huntsville, AL: Janice Kluge

Venice, CA: Lita Albuquerque

Miami: Marcos Lora Reed

Minneapolis: Nancy Blum

St. Louis: Jackie Brookner

Winston-Salem, NC:Inigio Manglano-Ovalle

Bridgehampton, NY: Meryl Taradash

New York: Janine Antoni

New York: Petah Coyne

New York: Ellsworth Kelly on the Roof

New York: Louise Nevelson: Sculpture and Drawings from the 1940s

Dallas: Anne Chu and Bonnie Collura

Seattle: M.J. Anderson

Montreal: Alberto Giacometti

Athens, Greece: Vassilis Yeros

Dispatch: Everyday, the 11th Biennale of Sydney

Dispatch: San Francisco Art Exposition



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