Issue 84 | Fall


Can't go to Venice? Try the West Village in New York.


Yamano, Klein, Kaneko, Glass America 2001.


by Matthew Kangas

Is glass the new photography? Matthew Kangas reports on the Pilchuck Curator's Conference.


Centro Studio Vetro: Working Towards a Livelier Tradition

by Jim McElhinney

A new magazine, new workshops, new exhibitions . . . new energy in Venice.

Piergiorgio Tempesti: A Life in Glass

by Paula Metallo

Old enough to know better, a Venetian master tells it like it is to Paula Metallo.

Federica Marangoni's Grand Metaphor

by Silvia Scarfi

An avant-gardist short-circuits preconceptions about Italian glass.

Outsiders in Venice

by Olga Barmine

There is more to Venice than gift-shop art.

Critic's Speak-out: Fakes!

by Willam Warmus

William Warmus warns the unwary.

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.