On the Cover:
Jason deCaires Taylor, The Silent Revolution (detail), 2012. pH-neutral marine cement, 450 life-size figures, 30×18 meters. View of installation in Cancún/Isla Mujeres, Mexico. Photo: © Courtesy the artist
Executive Director’s Letter:
This month, Sculpture features striking and original work from across the spectrum of three-dimensional art: Jason deCaires Taylor’s poetic, underwater reflections on environmental issues, Richard Van Buren’s mysterious abstract forms, Andrew Lyght’s compelling plays on history and dimensionality, Gisela Colón’s nebulous, shimmering pods, Linda Fleming’s latticed sculptural “sanctuaries,” Tim Shaw’s profound and grotesque tableaux, and Regina José Galindo’s embodied, intensely personal acts of protest and endurance.
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—Johannah Hutchison, ISC Executive Director