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July/August 2004 Vol. 23 No. 6
A publication of the International Sculpture Center


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Web Specials

Manfred Muller
by Collette Chattopadhyay

Book Review: Tom Marioni
by Frank Cebulski

“Model Home”
by Sarah Tanguy

Robert Wilson
by Marty Carlock

Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition
by Jonathan Goodman

“The Paper Sculpture Show”
by Jane Ingram Allen

On the Cover

Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970.
Earthwork in the Great Salt Lake, Utah.
Photo: George Steinmetz, © Estate of Robert Smithson/Licensed by VAGA, New York.

From the ISC President and Director

On April 29th, the International Sculpture Center convened a gala celebration to honor Christo and Jeanne-Claude with the 2004 Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award. ...[ more... ]

From the Editor

This month’s cover features one of the most striking transformations of a major 20th-century sculpture, the re-emergence of Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty. ...[ more... ]


Spiral Jetty: The Re-Emergence
by Ric Collier and Jim Edwards

Claiming the Source: Michele Oka Doner
by Sarah Tanguy

Beacon, New York: A Sculpture Destination
by Jane Ingram Allen

In Tune with Nature: A Conversation with Roy Staab
by John K. Grande

Fragments of Meaning: Zvika Lachman
by Robert C. Morgan



Forum: Christo and Jeanne-Claude by Bruce Beasley
Focus: Marco Boggio Sella by Andrea Bellini
Dialogue: Francis Cape by D. Dominick Lombardi
Site: LongHouse Reserve by Erica-Lynn Huberty
Postscript: ISC News


Amherst, Massachusetts: Olivia Bernard
Fallbrook, California: “Beyond the Surface 2”
Santa Monica: Sarah Perry
Rochester, Michigan: Sharon Que
Durham, North Carolina: “Defying Gravity”
New York: Richard Nonas
Cincinnati: Voss Finn
Easton, Pennsylvania: Ludwika Ogorzelec
Osaka, Japan: “The Art of Earth”
Dispatch: Whitney Biennial

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