Tipping the Scale

BY Ryan Steadman

“I’m not interested in strict rules,” says Joel Shapiro with a youthful smirk. “I can’t abide by them.” Yet despite his disdain for overly rigorous ideals, the 74-year-old sculptor and New York native has built one of the consummate public art careers of the 20th century. Since the early ’70s, he’s had more than 40 large-scale public sculptures commissioned for sites across the globe.

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