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November 1999 - Vol.18 No. 9

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


Undetermined Pleasure and Unnecessary Beauty:
An Interview with Richard Deacon

Richard Deacon, one of the most significant British sculptors, creates allusive and imaginatively suggestive sculpture whose language always returns to the material.
by Ian Tromp

Pushing Beyond the Limits: Walter Zimmerman
Walter Zimmerman pushes glass to and beyond its limits, forcing surfaces to crack and bubble, as well as treating found objects with care and precision.
by Sherry Chayat

The Extreme Situation is Beautiful: An Interview with Hou Hanru
Born and educated in China and now living in Paris, Hou Hanru is a curator whose shows present a unique vision of cultural intersection.
by Carolee Thea

A View from Above: Sculpture in L.A. Today
In the latest installment of the "American Sculpture Tour" series, Marlena Donohue explores the intense, diverse, and theatrical sculpture of Los Angeles.
by Carol Sterling


Focus: Tom Joyce by Kathleen Whitney

Focus: Tomoko Takahashi by Robert Preece

Focus: Thomas Lail by Corinna Ripps


The International Sculpture Center Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Awards


Buffalo: Marion Wilson

San Fransisco: Robert Hudson and Richard Shaw

San Fransisco: Nancy Mintz

Atlanta: Richard Beckman

Boise: Richard Swanson

Boston: "The Apartment Show"

St. Louis: "The Japanese Aesthetic", "Baskets and Beyond"

New York: Marcia Widenor

Pittsburgh: "Digital Traces: Navigating Interactive Domains"

Philadelphia: Ron Klein

Richmond: Claire Lieberman

Birmingham, UK: "Club Mix"

Paris: Moustapha Dime

Paris: Pipilotti Rist

Bologna: Anselm Kiefer

Pesaro: Giuseppe Uncini

Venice: Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen

Dispatch: Basel Art Fair 1999

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