by Andrew Page
Twenty-five years ago this fall, Richard Yelle launched a tabloid art newspaper devoted to glass. It was an audacious move. Only a handful of art galleries dealt in the medium, and collectors were just discovering studio glass. The launch came at a time when the two-year-old New York Experimental Glass Workshop still had a policy of never answering the door without first opening a small window to check that it wasn't ConEd coming to shut off the glass.