On the Cover
Sofie Muller, Clarysse, 2011. Patinated bronze figure and burnt wooden desks, figure: 97 x 58 x 35 cm. Photo: Studio Sofie Muller.
In this Issue…
The October issue of Sculpture includes the psychologically penetrating work of Belgian artist Sofie Muller, the labyrinths of renowned American artist Robert Morris, the glass sculpture of French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel (including the fountain recently installed at Versailles), the innovative work of Mary Bates Neubauer (winner of the ISC’s 2015 Educator of the Year Award), as well as an examination of the process behind Marc Quinn’s monumental work All nature flows through us. plus: the 2014 winners of the International Sculpture Center’s Outstanding Also, reviews and previews of sculpture exhibitions from Canada, the U.K., Italy, Germany, Austria, France, Sweden, the Netherlands, and across the U.S.
Also, in the print and digital version of September’s Sculpture – Itinerary, Commissions and ISC News.
October Online Feature:
All Nature Flows Through Us: A Conversation with Marc Quinn
Marc Quinn’s All nature flows through us (2011) is an innovative, 10-meter-diameter sculpture sited in a small river north of Oslo, Norway, at the sculpture park of the Kistefos-Museet…