Thursday, November 29, 2018

GLASS:The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly

Included in this issue: 
  • The singular pursuit of Livio Seguso, who left behind the Murano glasshouse tradition for a career dedicated to personal expression.
  • An inside look at the new Benaroya wing at the Tacoma Museum of Art, where a new collection cements its status as a top museum for glass art.
  • African-American artist Vanessa German and African artist Pascale Marthine Tayou reference traditional African religious icons in their glass figures.
  • ON THE COVER: The ravishing glass dresses of Karen LaMonte explore the presence and absence of the female form.
All this plus four reviews, an essay on a regional approach to casting glass in Massachusetts, and the latest news from the field.

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