Issue 124 | Fall


Celebrating a century of Kaj Franck (1911 - 1989); Rik Allen's bold Star Trek commission; Gordon Huether emphasizes the natural landscape in his latest public art project; Brooklyn high-end pipe gallery Easy Street shutters its retail business; BOOK REPORT: A new book on Paul Stankard offers an intimate perspective on his work.


Theresa Batty at G. Gibson Gallery, Seattle; Michael Reigelman at Heller Gallery, New York; Therman Statom at Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis; Jay Macdonell & Mel Munsen at Galerie Elena Lee, Montreal.

UrbanGlass News

Introducing the new chairman and members of the board.


by William Warmus

Speaking in Volumes: Frantisek Vizner (1936 - 2011)


City Lights

by John Drury

Vladimira Klumpar's radical shift from an organic to an industrial aesthetic gives her newest cast-glass sculptures a cutting-edge immediacy.


by James Yood

With the second incarnation of Adriano Berengo's ancillary exhibition at the Venice Biennale, art made from glass gets a unique showcase on the contemporary art stage.

Berlin Diary

by Nadania Idriss

How an American expatriate brought the first open-access glass studio to the art capital of Europe.

Walking on Air

by Grace Duggan

The magic of the Apple Store experience is achieved through feats of groundbreaking designs and engineering in glass.

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.