International Sculpture Center

   

October 1999 Vol.18 No. 8

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Features

Memorial for Anonymous: An Interview with Christine Borland
The work of British sculptor Christine Borland is influenced by archaeology and forensics, and focuses on the facts of human exisence: life, violence, abuse, and death.
by Anne Barclay Morgan

The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden
Inside the new National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden, a striking contrast between nature, architecture, and contemporary sculpture is revealed.
by Sarah Tanguy

Made for Each Other: Storm King's Vistas and Sculpture
Storm King Art Center is distinguished by monumental art, picture-perfect vista's and sculpted, engineered landscapes.
by Jan Garden Castro

"Where a Soul's At Ease": Gardens, Museums, and the Urban Fabric
An Interview with Martin Friedman

Martin Friedman transformed the Walker Art Center from a regional art center into a national cultural resource, and founded a pioneering urban sculpture garden.
by Carol Sterling

Within the Poetry of Motion: George Rickey
Over four decades of dedicated experimentation, George Rickey, one of the world's foremost kinetic sculptors, has forged a vast, internationally acclaimed body of work.
by Carla Hanzal

Kenneth Snelson: The Lyricism of Structure
Kenneth Snelson's abstract, philosophical sculptures are a unique combination of a lyrical sensibility and an extraordinary intelligence.
by Mark daniel Cohen


Departments
News

Site: Sculpture in Woodland by Robert Preece

Site: New Sculpture in the Jardin des Tuileries by Dana Mouton Cibulski

Site: MASS MoCA by Robert Preece

Commissions

Reviews

Wilmington, DE: Annet Couwenberg

Malibu: Escondido Phoenix '99

Washington, DC: Roy Lichtenstein

Atlanta: Lynda Grimm

Boston: Cyberarts Festival

Boston: Michael Beatty and Mike Newby

New York: Nancy Rubbins

New York: Cecilia Vicuna and Lenor Malen

New York: Raymond Saa Stein and "In My Room"

Clevland: "Floored: Floor Based Sculpture Installation"

London: Fiona Foster

Belfast: Shadows

Berlin: Andreas Slominski

Bologna: Pier Paolo Calzolari

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: Ramiz Barquet and Rogelio Diaz

Book Review: James Croak

Dispatch: Melbourne International Biennial

Dispatch: Venice Biennale



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