On the Cover IvŠn Navarro, Ecco (Brick), 2012. Neon, mirror, one-way mirror, bricks, and electricity, 82 x 182 cm. diameter. Interior detail of work. Photo: Thelma Garcia..
In this Issue... In December's issue of Sculpture magazine,Daniel Arsham is an artist who has combined sculpture and theater, but many other artists include theatrical elements in their work. In this issue of Scultpure, explore the processes and ideas (theatrical and otherwise) of Arsham, Bill Woodrow, Paul Thek, IvŠn Navarro, Robert Hudson, and Edward and Nancy Kienholz. Plus a survey of the New York gallery scene, a visit to Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and reviews and previews of shows from London to Australia and across the U.S.
Also, in the print and digital version of December's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
December Online Feature: Playing with Perception: A Conversation with Daniel Arsham Daniel Arshamís work is full of the unexpected: solid surfaces appear to bend and buckle, high-tech equipment looks like itís existed for thousands of years, and people seem to walk through walls.... Click here to read the entire article with multi-media extras.
Executive Director's Letter As I write this in early October, I have just returned from New Orleans, where we held our 24th International Sculpture Conference. This was a return visit for me and the third time that the city played host to the ISC... read more.