Froelick Gallery is proud to announce that works by both Joe Feddersen and Tom Prochaska will be included in the Corning Museum of Glass' publication of the top 100 works in glass created in 2008. The works were chosen from images submitted by 1,047 artists from 43 countries.
New Glass Review is an annual survey of glass in contemporary art, architecture, craft, and design created in the previous year by emerging and established artists, as well as students. This survey of 100 images, which is the core of New Glass Review, is published every spring by The Corning Museum of Glass in conjunction with the German periodical, Neues Glas (New Glass).
The New Glass Review jury changes every year. It is composed of artists, designers, educators, museum directors, curators, and critics. In addition to the survey of art and architecture in glass, New Glass Review contains essays written by its jurors as well as a selection of work in glass ("Jurors’ Choice") that has been chosen by each juror. New Glass Review is intended to keep its audience, which includes museums, artists, educators, libraries, collectors, critics, and art dealers, informed of recent developments in the field. Although the criteria for selection vary from juror to juror, the success of the concept of the object is judged, as well as its aesthetic quality and technical achievement.
This year's guest jurors were Rachel Berwick, Department Head, Glass Program, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island; Mieke Groot, artist and independent curator, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Dante Marioni, artist, Seattle, Washington; and Tina Oldknow, Curator of Modern Glass, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York.Source Link: More information