On the Cover
Alice Aycock, Cyclone Twist, 2013. Powder coated aluminum, 27 x 15 ft. diameter. Photo: reproduced by permission of Sotheby's.
In this Issue...
The March issue of Sculpture explores the inspiration and process essential to advanced sculpture today, from Alice Aycock's recent works, which capture a precarious moment of powerful energy, to Richard Deacon's exploration of materials, language, and nature, Vincent Fecteau's pursuit of an essential, prime object, Josiah McElheny's commingling of disciplines and publics, Stanley Rosen's enigmatic bridging of heritage and essence in ceramic sculpture, and Ana Maria Tavares's use of space as a catalyst for unforgettable experiences.
Also, in the print and digital version of sept's Sculpture - Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
Sept Online Feature: Alice Aycock: Systems of Energy
Alice Aycock's recent works bristle with an iconic energy. Curving tendrils of aluminum in dynamic repetition, like Futurist force lines freed from the canvas, erupt from the earth with propulsive power...
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The March issue of Sculpture explores diverse experiences of sculpture today, from Rana Begum's contemporary Minimalism and John Duff's totemic austerity to...