Published twice a year Britain's foremost scholarly journal dedicated to sculpture in all its aspects, this work provides an international forum for writers and scholars in the field of post-classical and contemporary Western sculpture. Recent highlights include essays by playwright David Hare on Eduardo Paolozzi, Christopher Bedford on Richard Serra, and Sarah Wilson on French sculptor Germaine Richier, alongside current exhibition news and book reviews. This issue features contributions from an outstanding array of international scholars and experts including Tim Knox, Adam White, Ann Compton and Mark Stocker. Authoritative and incisive, "Sculpture Journal" is essential reading for the scholar, artist and collector.
Katharine Eustace is an art historian and curator whose publications include "Continuity and Change: Twentieth Century Sculpture in the ""Ashmolean""""Museum"." "