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Sculpture Magazine

April 2005 Vol.19 No.3
A publication of the International Sculpture Center


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On the Cover

Terry Adkins, Bright Churchyard, 1999. Tin, porcelain, glass, and rattles, 23 x 71 x 69 in. From Powre Above Powres. Photograph by Peter Bellamy.


(Still) Getting Inside Getting Outside: A Conversation with Terry Adkins
Adkins transforms reclaimed objects and histories into resonant visual experiences.
by Judith Page

Global Grooving at the Guggenheim: Nam June Paik
“The Worlds of Nam June Paik” presents a mammoth spectacle of image-light.
by Robert C. Morgan

Globalization’s Undertow: An Interview with Paolo Colombo in Istanbul

A biennial exhibition gave hope to a community and a voice to individual artists.
by Carolee Thea

Standing on the Shoulders of the Past: Recent Landmark Sculptures in the United Kingdom
Monumental sculpture exemplifies Northeast England’s history and redevelopment.
by Scott G. Burnham

Making Public Art Work
Citizen involvement in public art initiatives is a common goal and a rare reality.
by Cynthia Abramson Nikitin


Focus: Giuseppe Spagnulo by Laura Tansini
Site: Homomonument, Amsterdam by Robert Preece
Focus: Jerry Pethick by Matthew Kangas


Washington, DC: ”Regarding Beauty”
Long Beach: Seven Mexican Sculptors
Santa Monica: Linda Ekstrom, Beverly Semmes
Bridgeport, CT: June Ahrens
Ridgefield, CT: Ann Hamilton
Lincoln, MA: Denise Marika
Santa Fe: Maria Porges
New York: Barbara Broughel
New York: Arthur Gonzalez
Philadelphia: Nancy Davidson
West Rutland, VT: “Sculptfest ’99”
Bellingham, WA: Lanny Bergner
Montreal: “Head Over Heels: A Work of Impertinence”
Scotland: David Mach
Venice: “OPEN ’999”
Turin, Italy: “Christmas Lights”
Singapore: Zadok Ben-David

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