On the Cover
Michelle Segre, Foot of a Grimy, 2016. Sticks, wire, yarn, thread, Mylar, beeswax, paper, plaster, pebbles, acrylic paint skin, pushpins, and plastic-coated wires, 87 x 45 x 48 in.
In this Issue...
This issue demonstrates just how far-reaching the definition of sculpture can be, from the layers of contrast and juxtaposition in Gabriel
Kuri's work to David Sherry's performance remnants, Coleen Sterritt's allusions to flesh in hanging sheets of paper or rubber, Michelle
Segre's eclectic juxtapositions of forms, processes, materials, textures, colors, and ideas, and Jose Dàvila's references to the most innovative
architects and artists of the 20th century.
Also, in the print and digital version of June's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
June Online Feature: Unlikely Marraiges: A Conversation with Gabriel Kuri
Contrast and juxtaposition are key principles in Gabriel Kuri's work, guiding his treatment of formal and informal elements, texture, size, material, and color. Working with a range of materials, including found elements, Kuri takes a broad view of artistic process...
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