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Back Issue -1 April 2007-
Painting Space
Painting Space: Nobuaki Onishi
Matthew Larking
The Renaissance discerned two kinds of sculptural modes: freestanding, three-dimensional sculpture, and more two-dimensional low-relief sculpture, like wall panels. Leonardo da Vinci weighed in on the second kind, acknowledging his essential concern: "the sculptor may claim that low relief is a kind of painting." more...
Atelier Bow-Wow
Atelier Bow-Wow: Practice of Lively Space
Thomas Daniell
No matter how the work of Atelier Bow-Wow (the mild-mannered, brilliant husband-and-wife team of Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima) tends to be interpreted or misinterpreted - as an exploitation of contextual constraints, an elaboration of personal quirks, an exploration of the potential of narrow spaces, and so on -- it is above all based on taking things seriously. more...

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