Sculpture September 1999 Vol.18 No. 7
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Nils-Udo: Nature Works
Active in environmental art since the 1960s, Nils-Udo has developed
a sculptural language that evokes both the natural environment
and human intervention.
by John K. Grande
Sculpture Moves Outdoors
New sculpture parks and gardens are being established at a rapid
rate, and established institutions are expanding their spaces and their activities.
by Brooke Barrie
Peter D. Cole: Civilizing the Bush
Australian artist Peter D. Cole uses repeated symbolic elements
to distill a poetic vision of the Australian bush.
by Ken Scarlett
Three Australian Women Exploring
Marea Gazzard, Janet Laurence, and Joan Brassil create sculpture
that shows widely divergent responses to the Australian landscape.
by Tempe McGowan
Interview with 1st Floor Artists
Lyndal Walker and David Rosetzky discuss Australia’s artist-run
art spaces, fashion in art and culture, over-designed spaces, and their own
by Allison Ritch
Focus: Tony Feher by Chris Gilbert
Focus: Neil Grimmer by David Hunt
Focus: Jesse Paul Miller by Matthew Kangas
Los Angeles: Sylvie Fleury, John
Armleder, Antony Gormley
Santa Monica: Guy Dill
Atlanta: Allan Wexler
Newton, MA: Murray Dewart
Minneapolis: Don Gahr
Santa Fe: "Postmark"
New York: Carl Andre
New York: Elisa D’Arrigo
New York: Tom Doyle and Larry Fane
New York: Picasso, Painter and Sculptor in
New York: Richard Stankiewicz
Salem, OR: Robert Hess
Dublin, Ireland: Cathy Carman
Belfast, Northern Ireland: "Archetype"
Rome: Cy Twombly
Book Review: Phaidon Press: Versions of
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