On the Cover
Darren Waterston, Filthy Lucre (detail), 2013-14. Oil, acrylic, and gold leaf on wood, aluminum, fiberglass, and ceramic, with audio and lighting, approx. 146 x 366 x 238 in.
Photo: John Tsantes, courtesy Freer|Sackler.
In this Issue…
November’s issue of Sculpture magazine explores hybridity in contemporary sculpture, from the reboot of painting, sculpture, and art history in Darren Waterston’s Filthy Lucre, to Mariko Mori’s blend of tradition and the hyper-Modernism, Caroline Achaintre’s chimerical combinations, Eun Jin Jang’s blend of the natural and the abstract, and Maren Hassinger’s weaving of personal history, identity politics, and diverse materials. Also in this issue: An interview with the chief curator of the Deutsche Bank Collection and reviews and previews of sculpture exhibitions around the world.
Also, in the print and digital version of September’s Sculpture – Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
November Online Feature:
The Art of Corruption: Darren Waterston’s Filthy Lucre
They face off across a dim room: in one corner, a cultivated gentleman poses in elegant evening attire; in the other, a depraved monster, hunched over a piano…