Lapi Boli Project selected for New Glass Now Exhibition and New Glass Review 40
New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects around the world working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities working in more than 25 countries.
The third exhibition in a series dating to 1959, New Glass Now employs a democratic curatorial methodology. Just as in 1959, the show was curated from an open call for submissions by an international panel. Headed by Susie J. Silbert, curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at The Corning Museum of Glass, the panel also includes guest curators Aric Chen, curator-at-large, M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Jøker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American artist Beth Lipman. The panel received submissions from more than 1,400 artists and designers from 52 countries.
The selected artworks demonstrate the diversity of their makers, ranging from timely political commentary and investigations of the materiality of glass to explorations at the intersection of high-technology and the hand. The show includes artists at every point in their career, from recent graduates to established artists, representing nearly every glassworking technique. They range in age from 23 to 84 years.
The first two exhibitions in the series, Glass 1959 and New Glass: A Worldwide Survey (1979) brought unprecedented critical and popular attention to the material, its makers, and designers. As the first exhibition to showcase international contemporary glass, Glass 1959 created the field and laid the foundation for the blossoming of the Studio Glass movement. Twenty years later, New Glass: A Worldwide Survey revolutionized it, spurring individual and institutional collecting across the globe, garnering new scholarly attention, and promoting continued artistic innovation. New Glass Now stands to make a similar impact today.
Coinciding with the opening of the exhibition, the Museum will publish the 40th anniversary issue of New Glass Review. The 2019 edition will include the 100 artworks and design objects chosen for the contemporary survey New Glass Now as well as important contextual essays and information - Courtesy of the Corning Museum of Glass
New Glass Now
may 10, 2019 - januari 5, 2020
Corning Museum of Glass
1 Museum Way
Corning, NY, United States of America
You can find the press release via this link:
Publication in Glassy Magazine - Shanghai Museum of Glass
In 2018, Shanghai Museum of Glass had a special exhibition titled "BRKN". The core of this exhibition was "“It is the fate of glass to break" and explores how things shattered, fractured and cracked can speak to heartbreak and hope, and everything in between. SHMOG invited a selection of artists for an article and share their thoughts in response to the theme 'Broken'.
2018 Hejian China International Lampwork Glass Art Festival
The 2nd edition of the International Lampwork Glass Art Festival organised byTsjinghua University and Science & Technolgy Bureau of Government of Hejian City. Invitee as demonstrating and lecturing artist and participation in the international exhibition.
Oktober 26 - 28
Stipend 2018, granted for Lapi Boli Project - Association Friends of Modern Glass (Netherlands)
I would like to thank the board of the Society Friends of Modern Glass (NL) for awarding the research of Lapi Boli technique with Stipend 2018. The research could bring new opportunities for the future and a lot knowledge will be gained. I am pleased and honored that Association Friends of Modern Glass has awarded the project with this grant.
I applyed for Stipendium 2018 for my research on the Lapi Boli technique. Lapi Boli is the technique for forming pâte de verre with the ceramic throwing technique. Lapi Boli technique was invented during my residency in China, september 2017.
Glasrijk Internatonal Glass Invitational Exhibtion
The 22nd edition of the Glasrijk (Glassrich) in Tubbergen (NL) event is Buren - Nachbarn - Neighbours - Voisins.
At different locations spread all over the town Tubbergen international artists will show their objects.
October 3 - 7, 2018
11 AM - 7 PM
On Thursday evenings until 20:00 hours
Admission is free
Various location in Tubbergen, The Netherlands
Glas Natuurlijk.... International Glass Art Exhibition by Association Glaskunst
18 Female glassartists are represented in the upcoming exhibition by Association/Stichting Glaskunst, The Netherlands.
November 4 - 18, 2018
Tuesday - sunday van 12 AM - 5 PM
Maarten van Rossumplein 4
8171 EB Vaassen
The Glass Prize - Highly Commended Bullseye Glass Artists 2018
Krista's piece 'Keeping Up Appearances' was selected by our expert judging panel to receive special recognition in The Glass Prize 2018. These life-size fruit pieces, made with Bullseye glass, are inspired by the implications of genetically modified food.
The Glass Prize is run by Warm Glass UK each year to inspire innovation in kiln formed glass and to encourage Glass Artists throughout the world to share their work and express their passion.
See the 2018 winners at: http://www.theglassprize.co.uk/2018-results-cms-63.html
Lapi Boli Project selected for New Glass Review 39
I am deeply honered the jury selected Lapi Boli Project for New Glass Review 39.
Curator Anjali Snirivasan - Curators Perspective: '.... The Lapi Boli project by Krista Israel, Ayako Tani and Hao Ran Zhu, included in this issue of New Glass Review, reminds me that reassessing even the oldest technologies can generate pathbreaking shifts in habits and change preconceived notions about proces'.
Published by Corning Museum of Glass, New Glass Review is an annual juried survey of glass in contemporary art, design and craft in the previous year by emerging and established artists and students.
New Glass Review 39 is published in may 2018.
Gorcums Museum, Glass 4Ever - National Glass Art Invitational Exhibition
21.10.2017 - 18.3.2018
Grote Markt 17
4201 EB Gorinchem
Glasmuseum Alter Hof Herding Special Exhibition: Glas aus Belgien - Das Instituut voor Kunst en Ambacht (IKA)
2.9.2017 - 1.2018
Ernsting Stiftung Alter Hof Herding
Letter Berg 38
Europaïsches Museum für Modernes Glas - Lampenglas, Neue Blicke auf eine traditionelle Technik
European Museum for Modern Glas - Lampwork - New perspectives on a traditional technique
Park von Schloß Rosenau
Rödental 96472 - Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 95 63 16 06
28.4.2017 - 17.11.2017
Walter Bäz-Dölle, Falk Bauer, Hartmut Bechmann, Rudi Böhm-Dores, Lucio Bubacco, Eunsuh Choi, Oliver Drobar, Carrie Fertig, Cedric Ginart/Karina Guevin, Albrecht Greiner-Mai, André Gutgesell, Rebekka Gutgesell, Kuno Hackl, Jörg Hanowski, Lubomir Hora, Krista Israel, Luke Jarram, Anne-Claude Jeitz/Alain Calliste, Gunter Kehr, Matthias Klering, Günther Knye, Jürgen Kob, Hubert Koch, Sylvia Kopka, James Lethbridge, Susan Liebold, Vêra Lišková, Uta Majmudar, Thomas Müller-Litz, Karin Nenz, Doris Neumann, Steffen Orlowski, Yi Peng, Ernst Precht, Nadja Recknagel, Joel Rey , Hermann Ritterswürden, Albin Schaedel, Ilse Scharge-Nebel, Otto Schindhelm, Olaf Schönherr, Walter Schwarz, Ayako Tani, Matteo Thun, Horst Traut, Yumiko Yoshimoto, Kurt Wallstab, John Zinner
Glass Art Society Member Juried Exhibition
46th annual conference, Reflections from the Edge: Glass, Art, and Performance
128 W. Olney Road
Norfolk, VA 23510
United States of America
28.5.2017 - 16.7.2017
Opening 27.5.2017 - 7 -10 PM