On the Cover
Rana Begum, No. 670 (detail), 2016. Powder-coated steel, dimensions variable.
Photo: Jack Hems, courtesy Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art.
In this Issue...
The September issue of Sculpture explores diverse experiences of sculpture today, from Rana Begum's contemporary Minimalism and John Duff's totemic austerity to Lin Tianmiao's immersive installations of textiles, ribbons, and sound objects, Kevin Killen's neon spatial renderings of time and motion, Maria Nepomuceno's energetic evocations of growth and dynamism, and Mariana Villafañe's abstract geometricrenderings of sound and movement.
Also, in the print and digital version of sept's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
September Online Feature: Made in the Middle: Art and the Crossroads of Kansas City
In many ways, the story of art in Kansas City is a familiar one - adventurous and untamed,
with a rogue determination that lingers as a holdover from the days of the Wild West...
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The September issue of Sculpture explores diverse experiences of sculpture today, from Rana Begum's contemporary Minimalism and John Duff's totemic austerity to...