On the Cover
Katie Paterson, Light bulb to Simulate Moonlight, 2008. 289 light bulbs, view of installation at Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, 2011. Photo: © Ingleby Gallery, 2011, Courtesy Ingleby Gallery.
In this Issue…
In November’s issue of Sculpture magazine, artist Shirazeh Houshiary remarks that artists “are at the end of Platonic forms as a model” for sculpture: This issue explores the new shapes, new geometries, and new ideas in sculpture today, in the work of Houshiary, Katie Patterson, El Anatsui, Behnaz Farahi, Mark Malmberg, and Alexandre Arrechea. Plus reviews from Frankfurt, Vancouver, Buenos Aires, and across the U.S. and previews of sculpture exhibitions around the world
Also, in the print and digital version of November’s Sculpture – Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
November Online Feature:
In Search of the Immersive Environment, A Conversation with Behnaz Farahi
Behnaz Farahi’s work is at the crossroads of installation art and new media, with an eye to the future…