Issue 118 | Spring

Hourglass

Litvak Gallery opening wows the crowds in Tel Aviv, Israel; the oldest glass program in Europe wins a temporary reprieve after being threatened with closure in Northern Bohemia; the Glass Eye looks at a new art book that seeks to save the trees.

Reviews

Mark Zirpel at Traver Gallery, Seattle; Shari Mendelson at Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles; Andy Paiko and Ethan Rose at the Museum of Contmpoerary Craft, Portland, Oregon; Burnt Asphalt Family at UrbanGlass, Brooklyn.

UrbanGlass News

Yumi Kori and David Schnuckel exhibitions at the Robert Lehman Gallery, Deborah Czeresko and Jeff Zimmerman demo for Armory Arts Week.

Reflection

by Lauren Fuji

Glass as tourist attraction

Features

Mortality, Frozen

by Andrew Page

The still lives of Beth Lipman

Sea Glass

by William Warmus

Aesthetic lessons from below the surface

Vacuum-Sealed

by Analisa Coats Bacall

The whimsical mass-produced glass objects designed by Fred and Friends toy with our conception of negative space.

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 35 years.