Sculpture

Articles from Vol. 33, No. 8, October

2014 Outstanding Educator Award Presented to Aristotle Georgiades
On May 15, Aristotle Georgiades, professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, was awarded the International Sculpture Center's 2014 Outstanding Educator Award. The presentation was held in conjunction with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Arts...
BERLIN: Michael Hakimi
Berlin Michael Hakimi Krome GalleryThe two objects in Michael Hakimi's recent exhibition-works that oscillate somewhere between photography and sculpture-sat apart at the front and rear of the gallery. This situation alluded to a third, missing sculpture...
Bodies and Buildings: A Conversation with Emily Speed
Emily Speed works between performance and sculpture, exploring the body, architecture, and their interrelationship-with surprising results. Since graduating with an MA from London's Wimbledon College of Art in 2006, she's been quite active, working on...
Courtney Egan's Botanical Light Sculpture
Visitors to a satellite exhibition that accompanied the Prospect.2 New Orleans International Biennial in 2011 were startled to discover a clawfoot bathtub filled with oversize night-blooming cereus flowers in the shadowy gloom of an old bathroom. Although...
Dendroids, Replicants, and Sculpture Machines: Roxy Paine
Roxy Paine has won considerable attention from the art world for various bodies of work, including stainless steel tree forms (dendroids); arrangements of psychedelic and poisonous mushrooms, as well as artificially made, weed-choked gardens (replicants);...
Itinerary
ChatsworthBakewell, U.K.Xu BingThrough October 26, 2014Xu traces his fascination with books and language to his childhood: his mother, who worked at the Peking University Library, often "locked" him in the book storeroom. After learn- ing an invaluable...
NEW YORK: "Other Primary Structures"
NEW YORK: "Other Primary Structures" The Jewish MuseumIn 1966, Kynaston McShine presented "Primary Structures: Younger American and British Sculptors" at the Jewish Museum. The show introduced barely known artists, including Donald Judd, Carl Andre,...
NEW YORK: Peter Buggenhout
NEW YORK: Peter Buggenhout Gladstone GalleryPeter Buggenhout's recent show, "Caterpillar Logic II," acknowledged the process that transforms a homely creature into a delicate, beautiful butterfly. An equally striking, if not conventionally beautiful...
PHILADELPHIA: Sarah Sze
PHILADELPHIA: Sarah Sze The Fabric Workshop and MuseumIn Lines: A Brief History, anthropologist Tim Ingold observes, "What is a thing, or indeed a person, if not a tying together of the lines-the paths of growth and movement-of all the many constituents...
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: Blane De St. Croix and Elizabeth Keithline
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: Blane De St. Croix and Elizabeth Keithline Blue Star Contemporary Art MuseumThe Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum recently paired two sculptors, Blane De St. Croix and Elizabeth Keithline, reinvigorating two tired genres-landscape...
SARASOTA, FLORIDA: Sarasota Season of Sculpture 2014, Season VII
SARASOTA, FLORIDA: Sarasota Season of Sculpture 2014, Season VIIEvery two years, the Sarasota Season of Sculpture, headed by Susan McLeod, installs sculptures on Bayfront Drive between the attractive waterfront walkway and the busy Tamiami Trail. This...
SASKATOON AND WINNIPEG, CANADA: Eli Bornstein
SASKATOON AND WINNIPEG, CANADA: Eli Bornstein Mendel Art Gallery and the School of Art Gallery, University of ManitobaPerception lies at the heart of Eli Bornstein's 60-year career, spent in unwavering fidelity to the trinity of color, light, and structure....
SOLIDITY IS ALWAYS UNDERMINED: A Conversation with Bella Feldman
Bella Feldman, a veteran creator of innovative sculpture, recently exhibited 85 pieces at the Richmond Art Center in a 50-year survey. The daughter of hard-working Polish-Jewish immigrants, Feldman was born in the Bronx, where the only picture on the...
The International Sculpture Center 2014 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards
The International Sculpture Center is proud to present the winners of the 2014 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards. This year's program attracted a large number of nominees from university sculpture programs in North America...
The Power of Objects: A Conversation with Aristotle Georgiades
While in law school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I decided to pursue an MFA in sculpture at the same time. I needed an advocate in the art department who would supervise my ad hoc joint degree, and thankfully, I found Aris Georgiades, who...
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