Richard Long, Popocatépetl Line, 2020. Black volcanic stone from Ecatzingo, Estado de México, 310 stones, 31 x 2 x 0.4 m. Installation at Cuadra San Cristobal. Photo: Sebastiano Pellion di Persano, © Richard Long, Courtesy Lisson Gallery

From the Sculptor’s Studio, by Ina Cole

From the Sculptor’s Studio, by Sculpture contributing editor Ina Cole, features candid, in-depth conversations with 20 artists who have helped to define, and redefine, sculpture in the late 20th and early 21 centuries. Every one of them—from Anthony Caro to Fiona Banner and Tania Kovats (with Phyllida Barlow, Richard Deacon, Laura Ford, Antony Gormley, Mona Hatoum, Susan Hiller, Anish Kapoor, Richard Long, David Nash, Cornelia Parker, Marc Quinn, Peter Randall-Page, Eva Rothschild, Richard Wentworth, Rachel Whiteread, Richard Wilson and Bill Woodrow in between)—has pushed formal and conceptual boundaries, creating ground-breaking works whose influence continues to resonate. Guided by Cole, they offer behind-the-scenes glimpses into their lives and creative practices, often going beyond the studio to discuss their engagement with the world. For more information and to order click here; available in the U.S. from most major booksellers.