On the Cover Beverly Pepper, Departure, for my Grandmother, 2005. Concrete, branches, and tar, 13 x 87.5 x 196 x 16 ft. Detail view of work at Europos Parkas, Vilnius, Lithuania. Photo: Gintaras Karosas.
In this Issue... The September issue of Sculpture includes a new interview with one of the ISC Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award winners Beverly Pepper as well as sculptors in various media from around the world: Johan Creten from Belgium, Ana Borzone from Argentina, Urs Fischer from Switzerland, and earth art and eco-art pioneers Michelle Stuart and Basia Irland from the U.S. Also, reviews from Canada, the U.K., and across the U.S.
Also, in the print and digital version of September's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
September Online Feature: Competing Against Reality:
A Conversation with Urs Fischer "On a March afternoon, while preparing for a mid-career retrospective, Swiss artist Urs Fischer is modeling a bust at the Museum of Contemporary Artís (MOCA) Geffen Contemporary in Los Angeles..." Click here to read the entire article with multi-media extras.
Chairman's Letter Like many people, my wife Kathy and I did not realize the impact we would be making when we first decided to become members of the International Sculpture Center... read more from September's Chairman's Letter.