Issue 89 | Winter

Reviews

Helm, D'Onofrio, Mack, Tagliapietra, Glass Art in a Glass Monument.

UrbanGlass News

Exciting events are happening at UrbanGlass.

Catalogue: UrbanGlass@25

Past and present UrbanGlass Awards winners at the Gallery at Steuben, New York City.

Features

The Habatat Habit

by Marsha Miro

Marsha Miro celebrates the 30th year of Ferdinand Hampson's International Glass Invitational.

Special Design and Architecture Section Portfolio: Kanik Chung

Chung's all-white vessels and vessel arrangements challenge all cetegories. Are they craft? Design? Or sculpture?

Glass Launch

by Matthew Kangas

That new museum in Tacoma is causing a buzz. Visiting collectors love it; many locals want to wait and see. Matthew Kangas takes the temperature.

An American in Paris

by Claude Fillet

Hilton McConnico has designed several important lines for Daum. Claude Fillet takes a look.

Buildings of Color, Monuments of Light

by Brett Littman

Brett Littman investigates a reprint of the 1914 "ladies novel" that features visionary and perhaps satirical glass architecture. New illustrations by John A. Stewart awaken the text.

GlassStyle

Bisazza mosaic tiles offer unusual possibilities.

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.