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Sculpture magazine, the official publication of the International Sculpture Center (ISC), is the premiere source in the field of contemporary sculpture. Published 10x a year, Sculpture offers exceptional editorial coverage, striking pictorial layouts and a forum for reaching an exclusive and engaged audience. Sculpture readers are a focused group of artists, collectors, curators, dealers, educators, enthusiasts and other art professionals who are devoted to keeping pace with the rapidly changing art world. www.sculpture.org

Mission: The International Sculpture Center (ISC) is a member-supported, nonprofit organization founded in 1960 to champion the creation and understanding of sculpture and its unique, vital contribution to society. Members include sculptors, collectors, patrons, architects, developers, journalists, curators, historians, critics, educators, foundries, galleries, and museums—anyone with an interest in and commitment to the field of sculpture. Mission The mission of the International Sculpture Center is to: Expand public understanding and appreciation of sculpture internationally Demonstrate the power of sculpture to educate and effect social change Engage artists and arts professionals in a dialogue to advance the art form Promote a supportive environment for sculpture and sculptors Vision The International Sculpture Center champions the creation and understanding of sculpture and its unique and vital contribution to society. Values At the core of every service provided by the International Sculpture Center, we value: Our constituents - Sculptors, Institutions, and Patrons Dialogue - as the catalyst to innovation and understanding Education - as fundamental to personal, professional, and societal growth Community - as a place for encouragement and opportunity

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Martin Bradley, The Chess-set, 1992. Glass, dimensions variable. Photo: Guido Baviera. #martinbradley #thechessset #glas...
01/19/2021

Martin Bradley, The Chess-set, 1992. Glass, dimensions variable. Photo: Guido Baviera. #martinbradley #thechessset #glass #glasssculpture

Maria Lai, Fairies’ Honey, 1991. Fabric and thread, 18 x 14 x 2.5 cm. Photo: Object Studies, Courtesy Archivio Maria Lai...
01/13/2021

Maria Lai, Fairies’ Honey, 1991. Fabric and thread, 18 x 14 x 2.5 cm. Photo: Object Studies, Courtesy Archivio Maria Lai and Marianne Boesky Gallery, NY and Aspen. #marialai #fairieshoney #fabric #thread #sculpture

Thaddeus Mosley, Inclination, 2003. Walnut, 56 x 67 x 36 in. Photo: Courtesy the artist and Karma, New York.@karmakarma9...
01/11/2021

Thaddeus Mosley, Inclination, 2003. Walnut, 56 x 67 x 36 in. Photo: Courtesy the artist and Karma, New York.
@karmakarma9 #thaddeusmosley #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

“I’ve been thinking a lot about the interior space of the bells being a way of thinking about interior space, both inter...
01/08/2021

“I’ve been thinking a lot about the interior space of the bells being a way of thinking about interior space, both interior space in general and the interior space in your mind," Davina Semo told Kim Beil on a recent virtual studio visit. To read more about Semo's sculptural practice, including her ongoing exploration of bells, click the link in our bio.

Reverberation, Semo's installation of five cast bronze bells for @publicartfund, is on view at Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York through April 18, 2021.

Image: Reverberation, 2020. Patinated cast bronze bells, UV-protected, 2-stage catalyzed urethane automotive finish, galvanized steel chain and hardware, and clapper, installation view. Photo: Nicholas Knight, Courtesy the artist, Jessica Silverman, San Francisco, and Public Art Fund, NY

Chung Hyun, Untitled, 2009. Railroad ties, 15 pieces, 300 x 75 x 25 cm. each. View of installation at Leyoung Contempora...
01/06/2021

Chung Hyun, Untitled, 2009. Railroad ties, 15 pieces, 300 x 75 x 25 cm. each. View of installation at Leyoung Contemporary Art Museum, Korea. Photo: Courtesy the artist. #chunghyun #untitled #installation #contemporaryart

Tishan Hsu, installation view of “Liquid Circuit,” 2020.Photo: Kyle Knodell. #tishanhsu #sculpture #contemporarysculptur...
01/04/2021

Tishan Hsu, installation view of “Liquid Circuit,” 2020.
Photo: Kyle Knodell. #tishanhsu #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

Wishing you a safe, happy and healthy new year from Sculpture magazine and the International Sculpture Center. On the Ja...
01/01/2021

Wishing you a safe, happy and healthy new year from Sculpture magazine and the International Sculpture Center.

On the January/February 2021 cover: Paloma Varga Weisz, Bumpman, 2002. Polychromed limewood and wood, 70 x 26 x 45 cm. Photo: Stefan Hostettler. #palomavargaweisz #bumpman #wood #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

Frances Richardson, Because the two parts don’t quite touch, 2019. Correx and ceramic, dimensions variable. Photo: Court...
12/30/2020

Frances Richardson, Because the two parts don’t quite touch, 2019. Correx and ceramic, dimensions variable. Photo: Courtesy the artist and Royal Society of Sculptors. #francesrichardson #correx #ceramic #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

Martand Khosla, Inventory of the Possible, 2012. Brick dust and Perspex, 12 x 12 x 10 ft. Photo: Courtesy the artist. @n...
12/28/2020

Martand Khosla, Inventory of the Possible, 2012. Brick dust and Perspex, 12 x 12 x 10 ft. Photo: Courtesy the artist. @naturemorte_delhi @martandkhosla #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

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12/27/2020

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Image: Graham Hudson, Made in Illusion, 2019. Bamboo scaffold, site lights, and found materials, 370 x 250 x 250 cm. Photo: Courtesy WAVELENGTH EXHIBITION, China, via https://sculpturemagazine.art/a-conversation-with-graham-hudson/
#grahamhudson #madeinillusion #bamboo #foundmaterials #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

Repost International Sculpture Center Louise Bourgeois, recipient of the ISC's first Lifetime Achievement Award in 1991,...
12/25/2020

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Louise Bourgeois, recipient of the ISC's first Lifetime Achievement Award in 1991, was born on this day in 1911 in Paris, France. Best known for her large scale sculptures, Bourgeois was also a printmaker and painter. Pictured here is a portrait of the artist with a sculpture in progress from 2009 by Alex Van Gelder. Image: Minke Wagenaar via flickr. #louisebourgeois #contemporaryart #alexvangelder

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12/22/2020

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Image: From "Pura Intuición: Una Conversación con Valerie Rey," Valerie Rey, CARBON 14, 2020. Wood, 24k silver leaf, and glass, 23 x 35 x 33 cm. Photo: @lucarey.costarica via https://sculpturemagazine.art/pura-intuicion-una-conversacion-con-valerie-rey/
#sculpture #contemporarysculpture #valerierey #carbon #wood #silver

Monica Coyne, Bird Djinn (detail), 2020. Mild steel, 60 x 15 x 20 in. Photo: Courtesy the artist.#monicacoyne #sculpture...
12/21/2020

Monica Coyne, Bird Djinn (detail), 2020. Mild steel, 60 x 15 x 20 in. Photo: Courtesy the artist.
#monicacoyne #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

Repost International Sculpture Center"As for attitudes toward art and art-making, it’s like after man went to the moon: ...
12/20/2020

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"As for attitudes toward art and art-making, it’s like after man went to the moon: there are no more boundaries in space or on earth," 2013 ISC Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Beverly Pepper stated in a 2013 conversation with Sculpture Magazine. On this day in 1922 Pepper was born in New York City. Learn more about her work on the magazine's website: https://sculpturemagazine.art/space-is-a-living-thing-a-conversation-with-beverly-pepper/

Image: The Todi Columns, 1979. Fabricated steel, 8.7–10.9 meters high. Photo: Bill Pepper #beverlypepper #todicolumns #steel #sculpture

Support Sculpture online with a donation to the International Sculpture Center.  Use the Fundraiser on their profile or ...
12/19/2020

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Image: Shahzia Sikander, The Perennial Gaze, 2018. Glass mosaic mounted on plywood in brass frame, 70.25 x 43.25 in. Photo: Jason Wyche, New York, © Shahzia Sikander, Courtesy Sean Kelly, New York, via https://sculpturemagazine.art/a-conversation-with-shahzia-sikander/
#shahziasikander #perennialgaze #sculpture #contemporarysculpture #contemporaryart #mosiac

Karen LaMonte, Reclining Nocturne 4, 2019. Glass, 147 x 58.5 x 53 cm. Photo: Francesco Allegretto.LaMonte's work is curr...
12/18/2020

Karen LaMonte, Reclining Nocturne 4, 2019. Glass, 147 x 58.5 x 53 cm. Photo: Francesco Allegretto.

LaMonte's work is currently on view in "Unbreakable: Women in Glass" at the Fondazione Berengo in Murano, Italy. To read Thea Hawlin's feature on Adriano Berengo, founder of the Berengo Studio and Fondazione Berengo, and the studio's unique collaborative process with contemporary artists, visit the link in our bio.

@fondazioneberengo @berengostudio #sculpture #contemporarysculpture #glass

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12/17/2020

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Image, from "Acting on Impossibility: A Conversation with Ignacio Unrrein": Intento dibujar y re dibujar una línea (ReLine Attempt), 2018. Indelible ink on skin (tattoo), 15 x 10 cm. Photo: Lucas Sarmiento, via https://sculpturemagazine.art/acting-on-impossibility-a-conversation-with-ignacio-unrrein/

#ignaciounrrein #relineattempt #contemporaryart #sculpture

Sculptor Graham Hudson began his Instagram account @physical_culture_philosophy as a means of critical exploration aroun...
12/16/2020

Sculptor Graham Hudson began his Instagram account @physical_culture_philosophy as a means of critical exploration around ideas of the "well body," or in his own words, as "a kind of stream of consciousness of associations and coincidences, where art and fitness collide."

Read the full conversation between Hudson and Editor-in-Chief Daniel Kunitz on our website (link in bio).

Image: A Title Something like; The Power of Love., 2020. Steel tubing and plastic, 310 x 580 x 580 cm. Photo: Courtesy WAVELENGTH EXHIBITION, China

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12/15/2020

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Image: Paloma Varga Weisz, Bumpman on a Tree Trunk, 2018. Bronze, installation view outside the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, U.K. Photo: Stefan Hostettler, Courtesy of the artist and Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, viahttps://sculpturemagazine.art/just-a-small-piece-of-wood-and-a-knife-a-conversation-with-paloma-varga-weisz/
#palomavargaweisz #bumpbanonatreetrunk #henrymooreinstitute #bronze #sculpture

Duane Paxson, works from the “Mors Eloquentiae” series, 2020. Steel, fiberglass, and resin, installation view. Photo: Co...
12/14/2020

Duane Paxson, works from the “Mors Eloquentiae” series, 2020. Steel, fiberglass, and resin, installation view. Photo: Courtesy Mike Moseley.
#duanepaxson #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

Dahlia Elsayed and Andrew Demirjian, Souvenirs from a Borderless Future, 2020. Mixed media, with works by Aiham Dib, Say...
12/14/2020

Dahlia Elsayed and Andrew Demirjian, Souvenirs from a Borderless Future, 2020. Mixed media, with works by Aiham Dib, Sayran Barzani, Negar Ahkami, Linda Ganjian, Tarek Bouraque, Samira Abassy, Anahita Vossoughi, and Suzan Batu. Photo: © Elysayed/Demirjian, Courtesy the artists and Transformer DC. #dahliaelsayed #andrewdemirjian #souvenirsfromaborderlessfuture #mixedmedia

SFMOMA San Francisco Museum of Modern Art have announced a range of contemporary arts exhibitions this upcoming spring, ...
12/11/2020
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SFMOMA San Francisco Museum of Modern Art have announced a range of contemporary arts exhibitions this upcoming spring, including "Nam June Paik," the U.S. exclusive presentation of the artist’s radical and experimental art. This exhibition, highlighting the 2001 recipient of the International Sculpture Center Lifetime Achievement Award, will be on view from April 24 through October 3, 2021.

For more information, visit: https://www.sfmoma.org/press-release/sfmoma-presents-u-s-exclusive-retrospective-of-visionary-artist-nam-june-paik/

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Sean Scully, Wall Dale Cubed, 2018. Yorkshire stone, 3 sections, each: 4 x 8 x 6 m., overall: 4 x 28 x 6 m. Photo: © Jon...
12/10/2020

Sean Scully, Wall Dale Cubed, 2018. Yorkshire stone, 3 sections, each: 4 x 8 x 6 m., overall: 4 x 28 x 6 m. Photo: © Jonty Wilde, © Sean Scully, Courtesy the artist and YSP.
#seanscully #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

Nathan Coley, You Imagine What You Desire, 2015. Illuminated text and scaffolding, 5 x 5 x 2.5 m. View of installation a...
12/08/2020

Nathan Coley, You Imagine What You Desire, 2015. Illuminated text and scaffolding, 5 x 5 x 2.5 m. View of installation at St Nicholas of Myra Church, Brighton, 2015. Photo: Nigel Green, © studio Nathan Coley, Courtesy Parafin, London. @parafinlondon #nathancoley #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

“Point Cloud (ASU)” is a newly commissioned artwork by Leo Villareal designed  for the Arizona State University Art Muse...
12/07/2020

“Point Cloud (ASU)” is a newly commissioned artwork by Leo Villareal designed for the Arizona State University Art Museum. Using 3D scan technology, Villareal mapped both the inside and outside of the building, creating over 200,000,000 data points. The artist then manipulated the data points with his own custom software to create this public artwork. Visit their website for more information: https://asuartmuseum.asu.edu/

Image: Leo Villareal, “Point Cloud (ASU),” 2020, 12’ 10” x 3’ 3” x 1’ 1”, LEDs, custom software, electrical hardware, steel. Image courtesy of the artist, via https://asuevents.asu.edu/content/leo-villareal-%E2%80%9Cpoint-cloud-asu%E2%80%9D #leovillareal #pointcloud #publicart

Nicole Eisenman, Sleeping Frat Guy, 2013. Plaster, ceramic, and leather string, 31 x 28 x 20.5 in. Photo: Colin Doyle, ©...
12/06/2020

Nicole Eisenman, Sleeping Frat Guy, 2013. Plaster, ceramic, and leather string, 31 x 28 x 20.5 in. Photo: Colin Doyle, © Nicole Eisenman, Courtesy the artist and Vielmetter Los Angeles. #nicoleeisenman #sleepingfratguy #plaster #ceramic #contemporaryart #contemporarysculpture

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12/05/2020

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Image: Hew Locke, The Tourists, 2015. View of mixed-media intervention in 27 cabins throughout the museum-ship HMS Belfast, London. Photo: Charlie Littlewood, Courtesy Imperial War Museum, London. #hewlocke #thetourists #mixedmedia #sculpture #contemporarysculpture #contemporary art

Candice Lin, Future Sarcophagus, 2020. Ceramic, soil, worms, maize, rice, wheat, sugarcane, opium poppy, potato, ginger,...
12/04/2020

Candice Lin, Future Sarcophagus, 2020. Ceramic, soil, worms, maize, rice, wheat, sugarcane, opium poppy, potato, ginger, and pepper, 50.75 x 72 x 35.75 in. Photo: Ruben Diaz.
@pitzerartgalleries #candicelin #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

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12/03/2020

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Adam Silverman, installation view of “Occupation,” Friedman Benda, New York, 2018. Photo: Daniel Kukla, Courtesy Friedma...
12/02/2020

Adam Silverman, installation view of “Occupation,” Friedman Benda, New York, 2018. Photo: Daniel Kukla, Courtesy Friedman Benda and Adam Silverman. @adamsilvermanstudio #sculpture #ceramics #contemporarysculpture

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Ignacio Unrrein, Tapiar Balvanera (Lavalle 3052), 2017. Ceramic and brickwork, 83 x 66 x 3 cm. Photo: Lucas Sarmiento. @...
11/30/2020

Ignacio Unrrein, Tapiar Balvanera (Lavalle 3052), 2017. Ceramic and brickwork, 83 x 66 x 3 cm. Photo: Lucas Sarmiento. @nachounrrein #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

Martand Khosla, In the Other Rooms 1, 2012. Brick dust and Perspex, 10 vitrines, 4 x 4 x 4 in. each. Photo: Courtesy the...
11/27/2020

Martand Khosla, In the Other Rooms 1, 2012. Brick dust and Perspex, 10 vitrines, 4 x 4 x 4 in. each. Photo: Courtesy the artist. #martandkhosla #inotherrooms #brick #perspex #sculpture #contemporarysculpture

Martin Di Girolamo, Ahed (Palestina), 2019. Epoxi, 150 x 240 x 169 cm. Foto: Cortesía el artista.#escultura #esculturaco...
11/26/2020

Martin Di Girolamo, Ahed (Palestina), 2019. Epoxi, 150 x 240 x 169 cm. Foto: Cortesía el artista.
#escultura #esculturacontemporánea

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