Sculpture Review

Sculpture Review

Cover of the winter 1998 edition
Editor-in-Chief Giancarlo Biagi
Categories Sculpture, Figurative art, Art history, Archeology
Frequency Quarterly
First issue December 1951 (1951-12)[1]
Company National Sculpture Society
Country USA
Based in New York
Language English
ISSN 0028-0127

Sculpture Review is the official illustrated publication of the National Sculpture Society (NSS). It is based in New York City.[2][3] It is concerned with figurative sculpture. It features articles about the history of figurative sculpture and sculptors as well as current artists and trends.[4]

It began being published as National Sculpture Review in 1951 and is published on a quarterly basis. The name was changed from National Sculpture Review to Sculpture Review[3][5] in the 1980s.


  1. "National Sculpture Review". National Library of Australia.
  2. John Canaday (July 25, 1965). "Our National Pride: The World's Worst Sculpture". The New York Times.
  3. 1 2 "National Sculpture Review". Miami University Libraries.
  4. "Sculpture Review: A Publication of the National Sculpture Society". Sculpture Review.
  5. "Periodical Holdings". Indianapolis Museum of Art.
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