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July/August 2002 Vol.21 No.6
A publication of the International Sculpture Center


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Stephen Talasnik: Harnessing the Majestic
For Talasnik, drawing is a tool for invention, sculpture the material realization.
by Jonathan Goodman

Questioning Authority: A Conversation with Eve Andrée Laramée
Laramée opens up incongruous connections in stimulating, poignant artworks.
by Ana Finel Honigman

Dynamic Geometries: Joel Perlman
Perlman’s works make steel appear penetrable, flexible, and ethereal.
by Douglas F. Maxwell

Terms of Engagement: Radical Communalism in Bay Area Art
Diverse artists demonstrate concern with environmental issues.
by Donna Brookman

Revisiting the Machine in the Garden: Sculptural Reconstructions of Midwestern Landscapes
Three contemporary Midwestern sculptors address the mutable rural landscape.
by Lenore Metrick


Forum: The 7th International Granite Symposium, Aswan by Jon Barlow Hudson
Letters to the Editor

Site: Pedvale by Allison Hunter
Site: Charles W. Ireland Sculpture Garden by Rebecca Dimling Cochran
Site: Atlantic Center for the Arts by Judith Page
Postscript: ISC News


London: Dan Flavin
Washington, DC: “Aurora”
Brooklyn: Wiebke Maria Wachmann
New York: Bruce Nauman
New York: “New Speciation”
New York: Keith Sonnier
Fredericton, Canada: Lyla Rye
Sydney, Australia: Sculpture by the Sea
Sofia and Ilindentci, Bulgaria: “Sculpture 2001” and International Sculpture Symposium
Paris: Dan Graham
Chalford, England: “Vitalism”
Ambleside, England: Grizedale Forest Sculpture Project

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