Publishers facing an ever-changing landscape are constantly looking at print magazines and questioning their future. Talking with ISC members and subscribers, I often hear about how people read Sculpture. Many see Sculpture, which is part of the programming of the International Sculpture Center, as the face of the sculpture community at large—this publication is very different from other art magazines. Some artists have told me that they read it to be inspired; others use it as a reference for their aspirations. I once spoke to a collector who uses the magazine to look for new, emerging artists and collects only artists covered in Sculpture. Often used
as a teaching aid for sculpture programs around the world, this magazine brings you reviews, opinions, interviews, studio visits, and provocative criticism on both emerging and internationally renowned artists. We have always been ahead as far as offering content on contemporary and emerging artists and trends in the field, and we are now making sure that we can offer this information in a range of viewing platforms alongside the print version.
Last month we expanded our new blog to include more writers from around the world, making sure that you can read about openings when they happen; see page 80 for more information about re:sculpt, our renewed blog. Our new digital app will also be launching soon. On-line versions and opportunities to read on-line mean that we can get more timely information to you—information that
is immediate and dynamic and that complements the print edition of Sculpture. Watch this space for more updates on expanding digital platforms and content. No one else covers contemporary sculpture like we do.