Collections-Sculptures on Campus
Stephen Antonakos | Lillian Ball | Tom Bills
Rosemarie Castoro | Nancy Cohen | Bill Finneran | Tova Beck-Friedman |
Michel Gerard | Bradsford Graves | Maria A. Hall | Marion Held |
Albert E. Henselmann | Lyman Kipp | Elaine Lorenz | Eliot Miller | Sally Minker | Richard Nonas | Merril Wagner
The most important sculptural concept of the 20th century was the idea that form and space could communicate ideas and emotions independent of representation. This concept was central to modern painting as well; but while it was easily accepted into that realm, it met with resistance when applied to sculpture. The developments in sculpture have generally been perceived as provocative and controversial. The Sculpture on Campus program is dedicated to the creation of an environment where these ideas may be discovered, discussed, and if need be, challenged. We hope this guide will prove an asset to our students, faculty, staff and the public, and help stimulate new ideas.