"Since December 2013, Espace magazine has been led by André-Louis Paré, a member of the editorial committee since 1994 and a dedicated contributor since 1988. Under his direction, the magazine is beginning a new chapter: given its focus on current trends in art, Espace aims to remain true to its roots as a publication devoted to contemporary sculpture while also continuing to evolve. From the outset, the magazine’s logo has been associated with sculpture. But sculpture refers at times to a conception of art that vastly differs from the array of practices observed in different spaces today; the term might therefore appear restrictive in an artistic sphere that often encompasses a variety of disciplines. To address this issue, the magazine has changed its visual signature: by shifting its emphasis to the notion of space, the new logo promotes diversity in artistic practices related to sculpture, installation and all other forms of spatial art." -- Espace website.