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Siobhán Hapaska, The nose that lost its dog, 2010. Coyote fur, steel components, leather, stainless steel and copper acupuncture needles, and iron powder in resin, 19 x 15.5 x 13 in. Photo: Courtesy the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, NY.
In this Issue...
The December issue of Sculpture includes a personal tour of the Venice Biennale plus explorations of the process and materials of contemporary sculpture, in the delicately immersive installations of Argentine artist Manuel Ameztoy, Irish sculptor Siobhán Hapaska's diverse and provocative works, Dutch artist Ruud Kuijer's concrete abstractions, and the diverisy of U.S. sculpture from architectural projections of Renee Butler to Amy Stacey Curtis's personal biennials and Mildred Howard's poetic and political installations, plus reviews and previews of shows from around the world.
Also, in the print and digital version of September's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
December Online Feature: Amy Stacey Curtis: Planning the Last Biennial
The potluck supper after the opening of Amy Stacey Curtis's 2014 exhibition in Parsonsfield, Maine, was held by candlelight, not to set a mood, but because the building didn't have electricity...
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This issue of Sculpture includes a tour of the Venice Biennale, plus explorations of the process and materials behind the delicately immersive installations of Argentine artist Manuel Ameztoy...