Issue 49 | Fall



by Karen S. Chambers

Maria Lugossy: Enclaves essay by Janos Frank, Paris, Birdyland Editions

The Brinkmanship of Jay Musler

by Ben Marks

Bert Frijns: The celebrated Dutch artists who eschews the use of color

by Thimo te Duits

Less is more seems to be the credo of the celebrated Dutch artists who eschews the use of color.

Wiener Werkstatte

by Ron Glowen

During its heydey, the most progressive of all the art nouveau movements.

Markku Salo: Glass Adventures

by Peggy Scheinin

Markku Salo entered the world of glass nine years ago, embarking on an adventure in which he has realized his artistic visions and stretched the limits of glass as a medium.


by Sylvia Netzer, Laura A. Brunsman, Karen S. Chambers, Patricia Malarcher, Wendy Dubin, Vicky A. Clark, Matthew Kangas

Strangler Vine Chair by Jill Henrietta Davis, SAM Chandelier by Dale Chihuly, Triangular Pavilion by Dan Graham, 15 Times 5 Divided by 2 by Arnulf Komposch, Ombre d'un Instant II by Antoine Leperlier, Proposal for the Emir's New Palace by Linda Lichtman, Blue Group by Dante Marioni, Vapors by Kathleen Mulcahy, Stele for Steven by Gerry Newcomb, Triangle's Ghost C by Norie Sato, Circumference by Robin Stanaway, Cast Crystal by Steven Weinberg

Glass: The UrbanGlass Quarterly, a glossy art magazine published four times a year by UrbanGlass has provided a critical context to the most important artwork being done in the medium of glass for more than 40 years.