Issue 123 | Summer

Hourglass

Pipaluck Lake's solo exhibition at the Glasmuseet Ebeltoft in Denmark redefines slumping; Lino Tagliapietra's first major exhibition in Venice; In Memoriam: Tom McGlaughlin (1934 - 2011); the Glass eye looks at the shattered glass in Martin Klimas's art photography; In Memoriam: Richard Posner (1948 - 2011)

Reviews

Anne Wilson at Rhonda Hoffman Gallery, Chicago; Charlie Parriott at Traver Gallery, Seattle; Ione Thorkelsson at Lafreniere and Pai Gallery, Ottowa, Ontario.

UrbanGlass News

Tina Oldknow, Matt Eskuche feted at UrbanGlass benefit; UrbanGlass kicks off $2.5 million capital campaign, moves to an interim location during renovation of its main building.

Reflection

by Kim Harty

Glancing off the mirrored surface.

Features

The Code Breaker

by Andrew Page

Dafna Kaffeman's deceptively simple tableaus of flowers, insects, and handkerchiefs are complex collisions of meaning, and artist's take on a region where positions are fixed and perspectives static on both sides of an intractable conflict.

Declassification

by William Ganis

Michael Glancy's elaborately worked glass surfaces reveal layers upon layers of possible meaning and interpretation but ultimately defy categorization.

Fermata

by Victoria Josslin

In their installation "Glimmering Gone," Ingalena Klenell and Beth Lipman reflection on our brief existence through frozen artifacts of life.

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.