On the Cover:
Diana Al-Hadid, Suspended After Image (detail), 2012. Wood, steel, polymer gypsum, fiberglass, high-density foam, plaster, and paint, 282 x 204 x 126 in. Photo: Robert Boland, © Diana Al-Hadid, Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery.
In this Issue…
The April issue of Sculpture magazine highlights artists whose work is immersive, in terms of the scale, the impact on the viewer, and insight into the social realm and the artist’s own world. Artists include Diana Al-Hadid, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Not Vital, Zimoun, Robert Lobe, Marsha Pels, and Pepe Mar. Plus: reviews from the U.S., Puerto Rico, Cuba, Israel, Switzerland, and Sweden and previews of current sculpture exhibitions around the world.
Also, in the print and digital version of April’s Sculpture – Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
April Online Feature:
A Conversation with Zimoun: With and Between Contradictions
“Zimoun combines ordinary objects (including cardboard boxes, plastic bags, and old furniture) with mechanical components (such as dc-motors, wires, microphones, speakers, and ventilators) to create extraordinary hybrid sculptures…”