In this Issue...
This month, Sculpture features artists who transform materials and processes to conceive new ways of approaching sculptural form. Leonardo Drew manipulates created, and sometimes found, materials in ways that mimic natural processes in his cohesive wall reliefs and freestanding works; Richard Nonas creates sparsely complex interventions that reveal a unique response to space as a sense of place; Susan Philipsz uses the physicality of sound to create sculptural experiences; Mitch Mitchell reimagines the medium of printmaking in three dimensions; Marcela Astorga confronts violence in materials that trace absence; and Sam Durant exposes injustices in incisive installations and sculptures that engage with the social realm.
Also, in the print and digital version of November's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
Sept Online Feature: Making Chaos Legible: A Conversation with Leonardo Drew
Leonardo Drew's newest and largest work to date, Number 197 (on view through October 29),
activates and energizes the atrium of the de Young Museum in San Francisco with an orchestrated
arrangement of wall-mounted sculptural elements...
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This month, Sculpture features artists who transform materials and processes to conceive new ways of approaching sculptural form...