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September 2018
Vol. 37 No. 7

A publication of the
International Sculpture Center
On the Cover
Claudia Fontes, The Horse Problem, 2016--17. Resin and marble powder, view of installation at the Argentinian Pavilion, Venice Biennale. Photo: © Bernard G. Mills.

In this Issue...
September inaugurates a new season in the art world, and this year it is also bringing a host of changes to Sculpture. Having taken over as Executive Editor this summer, I am spearheading the redesign of both the Sculpture print magazine and Web site. To see exactly what these changes will look like, you'll want to subscribe and follow along. In the current issue, for instance, in addition to excellent pieces on Claudia Fontes, Jason Ellis, Saint Clair Cemin, Tallur L.N., and Johan Creten, Stephen Petersen, writing on "Kiefer Rodin," discusses Rodin's revolutionary mixing of objects from past works with those in progress. We will proceed in the same spirit: adding to the best of Sculpture in order to enhance the reader's experience. It will be an exciting journey, and we hope you'll join us. This fall, there will also be a couple of opportunities to join us in person.

Also, in the print and digital version of September's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.

September Online Feature:
Walking the Edges: A Conversation with Claudia Fontes
Claudia Fontes, who represented Argentina at the 2017 Venice Biennale, has been living in Brighton, England, for the last 12 years. She studied art at the National School of Fine Arts...

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Executive Director's Letter
September inaugurates a new season in the art world, and this year it is also bringing a host of changes to Sculpture.... read more.

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