On the Cover Blane De St. Croix, Broken Landscape, 2009. Wood, natural materials, plastic, acrylic paint, foam, vinyl, metal, dirt, and sand, 80 x 7 x 2.5 ft. View of installation at Smack Mellon, Brooklyn. Phorograph: Etienne Fossard (c) Blane De St. Croix 2011.
In this Issue... The December issue of Sculpture highlights the city of Miami with Ricardo Pau-Llosa’s discussion of four key Miami artists and Beth Dunlop’s article on Christopher Janney’s new public art commission in the city. Other articles include interviews with Blane De St Croix, James Surls, and Eunsuh Choi and articles on Thomas Hirschhorn and Lin Emery. In addition: reviews from Switzerland, Israel, the U.K., and across the U.S.
Also, in the print and digital version of December's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
December's Full Feature Article: Lin Emery: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space and Time Originality has an inside and an outside. Understanding the nature of originality in sculpture requires an understanding of both... Click here to read more.
Chairman's Letter This month brings an end to 2011, but at the ISC that means the door is opening to another exciting year...read more from December's Chairman's Letter.