Jul 18 1924 - Apr 08 2020
Železný Brod - Jablonec nad Nisou

 

Až umřu, nic se na tomto světě nestane a nezmění,
jenom několik srdcí se zachvěje v rose jak k ránu květiny

                                                             Jiří Wolker

La mia morte, nel mondo, non cambierà nulla, non sposterà niente;
solo alcuni cuori oscilleranno leggermente,
come fiori nella rugiada del mattino.

                                                             Jiří Wolker

 

 

Sep 05 2020 - Jan 10 2021
Le Stanze del Vetro, Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore, Venezia

Curator: Tina Oldknow, William Warmus

 

Artists: 60 American and Venetian artists

 

Venice and American Studio Glass, will be open from 5 September 2020 to 10 January 2021, at Le Stanze del Vetro. This exhibition is curated by Tina Oldknow and William Warmus, former curators of modern and contemporary glass at The Corning Museum of Glass in New York.
Gathering together 155 outstanding glass vessels, sculptures and installations created by 60 American and Venetian artists, this exhibition will be the first to closely examine the influences of traditional Venetian glass-working techniques, as well as the Venetian aesthetic, on American Studio Glass made from the 1960s to the present.
Two artists represented by the Caterina Tognon gallery will be involved in the exhibition, as pioneers of the American Studio Glass: Richard Marquis and Toots Zynsky

Sep 28 2019 - Nov 01 2020
Museum of Glass, Tacoma, USA
Artists

Curator: Vicki Halper

 

 

Richard Marquis: Keepers is a late career survey of a towering figure in the Studio Glass movement. Marquis is known for extraordinary technique, comic sensibility, bold innovations, and iconoclastic spirit. In his 50-year career, he has consistently been gleefully inventive and unfailingly smart. His work is collected and exhibited world-wide.  

Objects in the exhibition will be chosen from the artist’s comprehensive archives of his art from the 1960s to the present. Marquis calls these pieces his “keepers.”

Organized by Museum of Glass in partnership with Wichita Art Museum. Guest curated by Vicki Halper.