On the Cover On the Cover: Tilman, Artitecture 1 / Cabane Communal (detail), 2011. Lacquer on wood, approx. 500 x 420 x 300 cm. Work installed as part of Columna 1 / Lyon Biennial 2011 Satellite Program, Chasse-sur-Rhone, France.
In this Issue... The May, 2013 issue of Sculpture includes interviews and articles on diverse approaches to sculpture in public space today, including Tilman from Germany, Pat Hoffie from Australia, and Alice Aycock, Douglas Hollis, and Cliff Garten from the U.S. The issue also includes reviews from South Korea, Canada, the U.K., and 8 cities across the U.S., plus previews of current shows in the U.S., U.K., Denmark, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Sweden, and the Netherlands and new public art commissions in Germany, Denmark, and the U.S. and a report from Zurich’s Art and the City project.
Also, in the print and digital version of May's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
May Online Feature: Pat Hoffie and the
Sublime Impossible "In a lush Japanese forest, adjacent to the Yokohama Zoo, Pat Hoffie’s Harvester for Disappearing Dreams of Wildness invited participants to trap and share the essence of captive animals’ dreams..." Click here to read the entire article with multi-media extras.
Chairman's Letter In February, International Sculpture Center Executive Director Johannah Hutchison and Conference and Events Manager Erin Gautsche hosted
a special ISC event—the International Sculpture Symposium... read more from May's Chairman's Letter.