Colloquial poetry is to the real art as the barber's wax dummy is to sculpture.
It is not hard to understand modern art. If it hangs on a wall it's a painting, and if you can walk around it it's a sculpture.
I went to a school in N.Y. that is conceptual and interdisciplinary and modeled after Cal Arts. It is not just painting or sculpture; it was everything mixed together.
Sculpture occupies the same space as your body.
Mushy novels, pretty pictures, pretty sculpture, decorations on the wall, nice parallel lines - make me sick.
The skull is nature's sculpture.
Moonlight is sculpture.
At a certain point, I just put the building and the art impulse together. I decided that building was a legitimate way to make sculpture.
The nearest approach I have ever seen to the symmetry of ancient sculpture was among the Arab tribes of Ethiopia. Our Saxon race can supply the athlete, but not the Apollo.
Some psychiatrist told me I was interested in sculpture because I dealt in flat surfaces and needed something with dimension.
The thing with sculpture is, 90% of the time, when I pass a piece of sculpture, it's in public or somewhere, and it's just, how inconvenient that that's there. It takes up so much room, and it's so oppressive.
I had a natural feeling for sculpture, and the nudes are my sculpture.