Friday, August 31, 2018

GLASS: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly issue #152 now on shelves!

Included in this issue: 
  • An oral history of the extraordinary 2018 Glass Art Society conference in Murano, the secretive historic center of glassblowing
  • An exclusive look at a private museum being quietly assembled by Lino Tagliapietra and his family to enshrine the maestro's legacy
  • The unique sonic qualities of fused silica have drawn a wide variety of artists to explore the sound of glass in their artwork
  • An appreciation of the late René Roubíček (1922 - 2018), a Czech sculptor who broke the mold for large-scale work in glass
  • ON THE COVER: An article on Etsuko Ichikawa's haunting new work in glass and other materials that takes on radioactive contamination
All this plus four reviews, an essay on a remarkable new book on Richard Jolley's monumental installation at the Knoxville Museum of Art, and all the latest news from the field.

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