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Sculpture December1998 Vol.17 No. 10

Contents/Complete text in print version available at fine newsstands and through subscription.


Martin Puryear: The Call of History

Two public sculptures and two design projects demonstrate Martin Puryear's continuing exploration of abstraction, public space, and metaphorical resonance. by Jan Garden Castro

You Cannot Go Home to Another Place: An Interview with Andries Botha

Botha discusses the cultural landscape, the political transformations, and the social situation of artists in post-apartheid South Africa. by Carol Becker

Clyde Connell: 1901-1998

Clyde Connell was a legend in the art world and in her native Louisiana for her ability to bring beauty and understanding to the rich and troubled history of her times. by Charlotte Moser

Calculated Risks: Showing the Big Stuff

Sculpture presents problems for a marketplace better suited to paintings and small-scale works, but some dealers surmount the difficulties with passion and vision. by Kathleen Whitney



Dossier: Athens by Zoe Kosmidoe

Focus: Paul Wallach by Sarah Tanguy

Focus: Rosalyn Driscoll by Marty Carlock



Los Angeles: Liz Larner

Los Angeles: Tim Hawkinson, Jannis Kounellis

Los Angeles: Andy Goldsworthy

San Francisco: Jil Weinstock

District of Columbia: Tony Oursler

New Orleans: Gary Keown

Exeter, NH: Contemporary Outdoor Sculpture 5

St. Louis: James Higdon, Stacey Chinn

New York: Michel Gerard

New York: Judy Moonelis

New York: Bradley Sunnarborg

Mountainville, NY: David Smith

Seattle: Richard Marquis

Seattle:Marita Dingus

Seattle: HorseHead Sculpture Project '98

Paris: Max Ernst

Pesaro, Italy: Luigi Mainolfi, Giuseppe Maraniello

Athens: Mark Hadjipateras

Book Review: Alexander Calder, 1898-1976

Book Review: Jeffrey Shaw: A Users Manual


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