Category: New Glass Review

Today, The Corning Museum of Glass (CMoG) anno…

Today, The Corning Museum of Glass (CMoG) announced that 100 artists—representing 32 nationalities and working in 25 countries—have been selected to exhibit in New Glass Now, a global survey of contemporary glass and the first exhibition of its kind organized by the Museum in 40 years. The show, which will be on view from May 12, 2019, through January 5, 2020, will include works ranging from large-scale installations and delicate miniatures to video and experiments in glass chemistry, all of which demonstrate the vitality and versatility of this dynamic material. 

Problematica (Foam Rock), Sarah Briland (United States, b. 1980), Richmond, Virginia, United States, 2016. Foam, Aqua Resin, glass microspheres, steel, concrete stand. With stand: 96.5 x 52 x 45.7 cm. Photo: Terry Brown.

CALL FOR ENTRIES: The Corning Museum of Glas…

CALL FOR ENTRIES: The Corning Museum of Glass invites submissions to the exhibition and publication New Glass 2019, an international survey of contemporary glass celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Museum’s flagship publication, New Glass Review. Launched in 1979, New Glass Review has served as an annual benchmark for contemporary glass, documenting the innovation, dexterity, and creativity of artists, designers, and architects working in this challenging material. Selected entries will be included in both New Glass Review 40 and the exhibition New Glass 2019. The deadline for entries is May 31! Submit your work at www.cmog.org/ngr. 

I’m Saving This for Later, Spencer Pittenger, United States. Photo: Elizabeth Torgerson-Lamark. New Glass Review 35. #corningmuseumofglass #cmog #glassofig #glassapp #NewGlassReview #NewGlass2019

Final hours to submit to New Glass Review!  …

Final hours to submit to New Glass Review!  Launched in 1979, New Glass Review has served as an annual benchmark for contemporary glass, documenting the innovation, dexterity, and creativity of artists, designers, and architects working in this challenging material. Selected entries will be included in both New Glass Review 40 and the exhibition New Glass 2019. Submit your work by June 13 11:59pm EST at www.cmog.org/ngr. 

Sailed on a River of Crystal Light into a Sea of Dew, Louis Thompson, United Kingdom. Photo: Ash Mills. New Glass Review 38.

Only one day left to submit to New Glass Rev…

Only one day left to submit to New Glass Review!  Launched in 1979, New Glass Review has served as an annual benchmark for contemporary glass, documenting the innovation, dexterity, and creativity of artists, designers, and architects working in this challenging material. Selected entries will be included in both New Glass Review 40 and the exhibition New Glass 2019. Submit your work by June 13 11:59pm EST at www.cmog.org/ngr. 

Peter and Preston, Kimberly Thomas, United States. Photo: Juan Owens. New Glass Review 38.

Only two days left to submit to New Glass Re…

Only two days left to submit to New Glass Review!  Launched in 1979, New Glass Review has served as an annual benchmark for contemporary glass, documenting the innovation, dexterity, and creativity of artists, designers, and architects working in this challenging material. Selected entries will be included in both New Glass Review 40 and the exhibition New Glass 2019. Submit your work by June 13 11:59pm EST at www.cmog.org/ngr. 

Table for Two (performance/video), Shawn McCollum, United States. New Glass Review 38.

Only three days left to submit to New Glass Re…

Only three days left to submit to New Glass Review!  Launched in 1979, New Glass Review has served as an annual benchmark for contemporary glass, documenting the innovation, dexterity, and creativity of artists, designers, and architects working in this challenging material. Selected entries will be included in both New Glass Review 40 and the exhibition New Glass 2019. Submit your work by June 13 11:59pm EST at www.cmog.org/ngr. 

Czech Lungs, Riikka Latva-Simppi, Finland. Photo: Aleksi Tikkala. New Glass Review 38. 

The deadline for New Glass Review entries ha…

The deadline for New Glass Review entries has been extended to June 13! Launched in 1979, New Glass Review has served as an annual benchmark for contemporary glass, documenting the innovation, dexterity, and creativity of artists, designers, and architects working in this challenging material. Selected entries will be included in both New Glass Review 40 and the exhibition New Glass 2019. Submit your work at www.cmog.org/ngr. 

Fantasy of the Lack of Fusion, Nao Fujihara, Japan. New Glass Review 38.

The deadline for New Glass Review entries ha…

The deadline for New Glass Review entries has been extended to June 13! Launched in 1979, New Glass Review has served as an annual benchmark for contemporary glass, documenting the innovation, dexterity, and creativity of artists, designers, and architects working in this challenging material. Selected entries will be included in both New Glass Review 40 and the exhibition New Glass 2019. Submit your work at www.cmog.org/ngr. 

Schiesheim Session, Lothar Bӧttcher, South Africa. New Glass Review 38.

The deadline for New Glass Review entries ha…

The deadline for New Glass Review entries has been extended to June 13! Launched in 1979, New Glass Review has served as an annual benchmark for contemporary glass, documenting the innovation, dexterity, and creativity of artists, designers, and architects working in this challenging material. Selected entries will be included in both New Glass Review 40 and the exhibition New Glass 2019. Submit your work at www.cmog.org/ngr. 

A Return to Hieroglyphics, James Akers, United States. New Glass Review 38.

The deadline for New Glass Review entries ha…

The deadline for New Glass Review entries has been extended to June 13! Launched in 1979, New Glass Review has served as an annual benchmark for contemporary glass, documenting the innovation, dexterity, and creativity of artists, designers, and architects working in this challenging material. Selected entries will be included in both New Glass Review 40 and the exhibition New Glass 2019. Submit your work at www.cmog.org/ngr. 

Subtle Intimacy, Rui Sasaki, Japan. New Glass Review 35.