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Contemporary glass.

Author: Blanche Craig
Publisher: London : Black Dog, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This volume also features essays by Andrew Page, editor of Glass Quarterly, Michael Petty, artist and Director of MOCA, London, and Heike Brachlow, MPhil research student at the Royal College of Art, which invariably focus on the history of the studio glass revolution, the deployment of colour, light and transparency in glass and the increasingly complex relationship between the 'artist' and the 'craftsman' and its
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Biographie
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Contemporary glass.
London : Black Dog, ©2008
(OCoLC)649503085
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Blanche Craig
ISBN: 9781906155360 1906155364
OCLC Number: 172980023
Notes: Edited by Blanche Craig.
Description: 191 pages : illustrations, portrait ; 25 cm
Contents: VESSEL/OBJECT: A history of sculptural expression in glass / Andrew Page --
Heike Brachlow --
Matthew Curtis --
Suresh Dutt --
Anne Haavind --
Kari Hakonsen --
Lena Hansson --
Joseph Harrington --
Jamie Harris --
Karl-Oskar Karlsson --
Jeremy Lepisto --
Ingrid Nord --
Inge Panneels --
Jeffery Sarmiento --
Ethan Stern --
SCULPTURE: Anne Brodie --
Stephanie Carlton Smith --
Annie Cattrell --
Dale Chihuly --
Shirley Eccles --
Beth Lipman --
Andrew Paiko --
Angus M Powers --
Minako Shirakura --
Hanna Stahle --
SURFACE/LIGHT: On colour, glass and light / Heike Brachlow --
Brian and Jeremy Blanthorn --
Bocci --
Lisa Cahill --
Olafur Eliasson --
Anne Gant --
Michaela Nettell --
Tanja Pak --
George Papadopoulos --
Tom Pearman --
Deborah Sandersley --
Elaine Sheldon --
Helen Tiffany --
Mark Zirpel --
INSTALLATION: Through a glass darkly: artists, glass and authorship / Michael Petry --
Jeff Bell --
Richard Box --
Kristy Brooks --
Nick Crowe --
Stuart Haygarth --
Mike Kelley --
Danny Lane --
Silvia Levenson --
John Luebtow --
Katrin Maurer --
Michael Petry --
Tobias Rehberger --
Louise Rice --
Kiki Smith --
Kazue Taguchi --
Ione Thorkelsson --
Eugenie Tung --
Lucy Wade --
Kate Williams.

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"This volume also features essays by Andrew Page, editor of Glass Quarterly, Michael Petty, artist and Director of MOCA, London, and Heike Brachlow, MPhil research student at the Royal College of Art, which invariably focus on the history of the studio glass revolution, the deployment of colour, light and transparency in glass and the increasingly complex relationship between the 'artist' and the 'craftsman' and its subsequent implications for perceptions of the medium."

"Contemporary Glass is an essential guide to an arts and craft scene that is both departing from, and building on its origins, while formulating new directions within whichpractitioners can work."--Jacket.

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