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Sculpture May 1999 Vol.18 No. 4

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Features

Sculptural Conceptualism: A New Reading of the Work of Agnes Denes

The traditional description of Agnes Denes as a conceptual/environmental artist reflects only a portion of the broad range of her interests. by Ricardo D. Barreto

Skilled Labor

After a century of experimentation with material and conceptual definitions of sculpture, artists are integrating those ideas with the notion of sculpture as craft-object. by Kathleen Whitney

The Prophet’s Prosthesis: An Interview with Krzysztof Wodiczko

Krzysztof Wodiczko, widely known for large-scale projections on public buildings, has also made vehicles and devices focusing on the experience of being a stranger. by Christiane Paul

American Sculpture Tour: Philadelphia

The first article in a new series, American Sculpture Tour, focuses on the diverse sculpture of Philadelphia, a city with a unique history and a dynamic spirit. by Marsha Moss and Robin Rice


Departments
News

Focus: Dimitri Hadzi by Margaret Sheffield

Focus: Albert Paley by Matthew Kangas

Focus: George Greenamyer by Nick Capasso

Commissions

Reviews

San Diego: Fabrizio Plessi

Boston: Paul Bowen

Lincoln, MA: Harriet Casdin-Silver

Baltimore: Brent Crothers

St. Louis: Charles Long

New York: John Chamberlain

New York: Lucy Gunning

New York: David Nash

New York: Tony Oursler

New York: Jason Rhoades and Paul McCarthy

New York: Mia Westerlund Roosen

New York: Holly Zausner

Yonkers, NY: Ann Sperry

Pittsburgh: Quisqueya Henriquez and Delanie Jenkins

Paris, France: Jacques Lipchitz

Dispatch: “Premises”

Dispatch: International Symposium on Electronic Art (isea98)





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