On the Cover Meeson Pae Yang, Geodes (detail), 2010. Silicone, cement, reflections, mirrored Plexiglas, and mylar, 10 x 35 x 6 ft. Photo: Gene Ogami, courtesy the artist.
In this Issue... The June issue of Sculpture demonstrates the diversity and power of sculpture today, from Meeson Pae Yang's otherworldly works in resin and other materials to Japanese artist Tatsuo Miyajima's meditations on time and life and the transformation of everyday materials into sculptural visions of the social and political realities of Anna Eyjólfsdóttir's Iceland, Doris Salcedo's Colombia, and Nari Ward's Jamaica and America. Also, Laumeier Sculpture Parks and reviews from New Zealand, Japan, Israel, Canada, and across the U.S.
Also, in the print and digital version of June's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
June Online Feature: Doris Salcedo’s Plegaria Muda "Doris Salcedo’s Plegaria Muda is a passionate cry of denunciation against injustice, crime, and abuse and a mute prayer for a better world..." Click here to read the entire article with multi-media extras.
Chairman's Letter One of the many exciting things happening at the International Sculpture Center is the growing interest in chapter groups... read more from June's Chairman's Letter.