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NOVEMBER 5-8, 2015 NAVY PIER Owned and Produced by Urban Expositions Donna Davies Fair Director Kate Jordan Director of Marketing Deborah Kraft Programming and Special Projects Coordinator Laurette Lutiger Exhibitor Relations Jennifer Woolford Strategic Partnerships Rich Ferrante Sales Director, Hamptons Expo Group Ann Chwatsky Special Projects, Hamptons Expo Group Doug Miller Partner and President Tim von Gal Partner and Chief Operating Officer Cover: Christian Burchard White Pair, 2014 bleached madrone root 30 x 28 x 15 cm Sarah Myerscough / PHOS ART + DESIGN All dimensions in catalog are inches (H x W x D) unless noted otherwise

Courtney Muller Executive Vice President Jeannie Leggett Vice President, Finance Joan Ulrich Vice President of Marketing and Specialty Shows


FROM THE DIRECTOR Welcome to the 22nd annual SOFA CHICAGO! This year’s fair features nearly 70 galleries representing more than 800 artists from around the world. Seventeen galleries are exhibiting for the first time, and we welcome both returning and new exhibitors, and are grateful for their support and recognition of SOFA CHICAGO’s strong reputation as a dynamic, international fair dedicated to contemporary and modern art and design. New this year, we are thrilled to expand the scope of SOFA to include painting, photography and works on paper, and to embrace these mediums, which present an exciting juxtaposition of art and design and a reflection of how contemporary art, design, and collecting, have evolved. We are delighted to debut a new floorplan design by Chicago-based Wrap Architecture. Principals Cheryl Noel and Ravi Ricker have created an exciting, unified new layout with a central main entrance, relocation of the Lecture Series to the show floor, and more aisles to allow visitors better access to galleries’ booths to name only a few of the design changes. The new layout was designed to provide a better fair experience for everyone – exhibitors and visitors alike. Thank you, Cheryl and Ravi, for all of your hard work! There have been a wealth of significant museum exhibitions on fiber in the past year. We are pleased with the number of galleries exhibiting this medium this year, and we wanted to acknowledge this important medium by including Jo Ann Stabb’s essay about this movement, and some of the seminal artists who shaped its path. The 2015 Lecture Series offers more than 30 dynamic lectures, panel discussions, and interviews. This year’s lineup is one of our best yet and don’t miss the opportunity to hear from the artists, curators, collectors, critics, and more. Speakers range from emerging talent to established luminaries and I encourage you to take full advantage!

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This year’s Special Exhibits feature six sensational presentations by: Anderson Ranch Arts Center; Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts; CODAworx; Rural Studio, Auburn University; Society of American Mosaic Artists; and Threewalls. I hope each of these innovative installations will broaden your awareness of their organizations and artists. SOFA Selects returns with great fanfare and we are thrilled to see our SOFA Selects participants grow each year. Be sure to look throughout the show floor for the SOFA Selects labels in the galleries’ booths with pieces that have been chosen by these tastemakers. Perhaps these curators, critics, architects, and designers chose the same pieces that you’ve admired! We are thrilled to have six schools participating in CONNECT with extraordinary design environments for this year’s student design competition. Each CONNECT space has been designed and installed by students from each university. Join me in welcoming these six prestigious schools and their talented students and faculty advisors: Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL; Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY; San Diego State University, CA; University of Cincinnati-College of Design, Architecture & Planning, OH; University of Iowa, Iowa City; and University of Massachusetts/ Dartmouth. Thank you to Chubb Personal Insurance and Corning Museum of Glass for their generous support of CONNECT. Many thanks to our sponsors, including Chubb Personal Insurance, whose generous support for this 11th consecutive year, makes our SOFA CHICAGO VIP Lounge and special events possible. Chubb also sponsors CONNECT and we thank them for their commitment to contemporary art and design. Thank you, also, to Caesarstone, for their second year to sponsor SOFA CHICAGO, as well as our Media Sponsors Modern Luxury and WBEZ. I hope you enjoy SOFA CHICAGO 2015! Donna Davies Fair Director


We would like to acknowledge the support and contribution of the following individuals and organizations:

2015 Host Committee Diana Bitting Michelle Boone Caitlynde Brancovsky John H. Bryan Kay Bucksbaum Laura Murphy Doyle Cheryl Durst Zurich Esposito Marilynn Gardner Fern Grauer Deb and John Gross Sarah Herda Rose Hornack Christopher G. Kennedy Jackie Koo George Larson Suzanne Lovell Mark Lyman Jeanne Randall Malkin Anne Meszko Andrea Mills Ann Nathan Cheryl Noel and Ravi Ricker Bruce W. Pepich Bruce Robbins Tony Sarabia Glenn and Trish Tullman Howard Tullman Ginny B. Van Alyea Daniel Walker James Yood

Participating galleries, artists, partners and sponsors Active Graphix Gordon and Paula Addington American Institute of Architects Chicago Ellen Alderman Maggie Amir Francesca Anderson Anderson Ranch Arts Center Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass The Art Fair Company Art Institute of Chicago American Society of Interior Designers Susan Aurinko Jim Baker Yvette Bass Dolores and Ralph Barnett Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts Maura Bruton Julia Buckingham Caesarstone USA Karen Campbell Canadian Crafts Federation Rob Cassetti Chicago Event Graphics Chicago Tribune Chicago Woodturners Chubb Personal Insurance Deana Cizek Pam Clark Classic-Color Allison Cooke Connections Housing Corning Museum of Glass Crab Tree Farm Julie Danilek Jessie Devereaux Shawn Dewey Hugh Donlan Driehaus Museum Beth Dunlop

Dupli-Graphic EBISS The Ed Paschke Art Center Michael Franks Randy Fleszar Wayne Forster Andrew Freear Don Friedlich Friends of Fiber Art International William Ganis Steve Gibbs The Graham Foundation Nancy Hallberg Todd Heiser Katya Heller Heidi Hribernik Brooke Hubbuch Infusco Coffee Roasters JNL Design Dan Kane Katharine Keleman George Kennard Laura Koch Sophia Lapat Jack Lenor Larsen David Lentz Stephanie Lentz Lillstreet Art Center Michael Macigewski John Marusich Maya Romanoff Studio Robert McGinley Jean McLaughlin Joanna McNamara Eric Meek Kristi Miller Modern Luxury Monica Moses The Museum of Contemporary Photography Betsy Nathan National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Monica Obniski

Pagoda Red Binh Pho Liezel Pimentel Ginger Piotter Pilchuck Glass School Refined Haystack Joyce Romanoff Maria Rosner Room & Board Rural Studio, Auburn University Kate Samuelson Abigail Satinsky Jennifer Scanlan Schiffer Books Patrick Seda Shelley Selim The Smart Museum of Art Jan Mirenda Smith Society of American Mosaic Artists Society of North American Goldsmiths Susan Soine Shannon Stoelting Joel Straus Toni Sykes Davira Taragin Threewalls Mark Thompson Terry’s Toffee Transit Tees Bridget Trost Howard and Judith Tullman Ungerboeck Digital UrbanGlass Justin Van Houten Lyndsey Van Wyk Xavier Vendrell Sabrina Vodnik Sharon von Gal Kevin Wallace WBEZ Jason Wiatrak

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Marvin Lipofsky

Roberto Lugo

Judith Content

Sooyeon Kim

SOFA CHICAGO 2015 LECTURE SERIES

FRIDAY 8:30 - 9:30 am | Room A SNAG Emerging Artists Jewelry artists Lynn Batchelder (Charon Kransen Arts), Sooyeon Kim (Charon Kransen Arts), and Laura Wood (Donna Schneier Fine Arts). Presented by the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG) 9 – 10 am | Room B The Penland School of Crafts Gallery & Visitors Center 2016 Expansion Jean McLaughlin, Executive Director, Penland School of Crafts; Kathryn Gremley, Penland Gallery & Visitors Center Director; artists Kate Vogel (Maurine Littleton Gallery) and Stoney Lamar (Blue Spiral 1). Presented by Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC 9 – 10 am | Room C Community Supported Art Chicago Abigail Satinsky, Interim Executive & Artistic Director of Threewalls. Presented by Threewalls in conjunction with the special exhibit Community Supported Art Chicago 9:30 – 10:30 am | Room A Jamie Bennett: Drawing and Making Jewelry artist Jamie Bennett (Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h). Presented by the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG)

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10:30 – 11:30 am | Room A Donald Friedlich: Things That Make My Heart Beat Faster Jewelry artist Donald Friedlich (Hedone Gallery). Presented by the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG) 10:30 am – 12 pm | Room B Art Quilts: A Contemporary Conversation Michael James, Chair and Professor of Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Design, University of Nebraska; Jean McLaughlin, Executive Director, Penland School of Crafts; Jennifer Tansey, Director, Tansey Contemporary, Santa Fe; and Jack Walsh, contemporary art quilt collector. Presented by Friends of Fiber Art International 10:30 – 11:30 am | Room C Ghetto Craft: A Place Where Poverty and Porcelain Intersect Roberto Lugo, Professor of Ceramics at Marlboro College and Ph.D. Candidate at Penn State University (Wexler Gallery) 11:30 am – 12:30 pm | Room A OTHER FANCY STUFF: John Iversen in Conversation with Toni Greenbaum Jewelry artist John Iversen (Hedone Gallery); art historian Toni Greenbaum. Presented by the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG)

12:15 – 1:15 pm | Room B Borders Be Damned: We Are All Citizens of Craft Artists Susan Rankin (Option Art); Pamela Ritchie (Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h) Rod and Denyse Simair (Creative Saskatchewan); Janna Hiemstra, Curator, Craft Ontario. Presented by the Canadian Crafts Federation. Fredericton, New Brunswick 12 – 1 pm | Room C Marvin Lipofsky: A World in Glass Glass artist Marvin Lipofsky (Duane Reed Gallery) 1 – 2 pm | Room A Passionate Pursuits Caitlynde Brancovsky, Fine Art Specialist, Chubb Personal Insurance. Presented by Chubb Personal Insurance 1:30 – 2:30 pm | Room B Norwood Viviano: Data Miner Glass artist Norwood Viviano (Heller Gallery),William Ganis, Chairperson of the Department of Art and Design at Indiana State University; Anna Walker, Windgate Foundation Curatorial Fellow for Contemporary Craft at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Katya Heller, Director, Heller Gallery, New York. 1:30 – 2:30 pm | Room C George Rodriguez: Community Through Ornament Ceramist George Rodriguez (Foster/White Gallery)

2:30 – 3:30 pm | Room A For a Kinder and Gentler Art World Art critic William Warmus, introduced by Monica Moses, American Craft Magazine Editor in Chief. 3 – 4 pm | Room B Considering Art Collectors: Myths and Messages Howard Tullman, collector and CEO of 1871 and General Managing Partner for Chicago High Tech Investment Partners, LLC, and for G2T3V, LLC; Katya Heller, Director, Heller Gallery, New York; Monica Obniski, Demmer Curator of 20th and 21st Century Design, Milwaukee Art Museum; moderated by James Yood, Professor of Art Criticism and Theory, School of the Art Institute of Chicago 3 – 4 pm | Room C Christina Bothwell: Expressing the Spiritual Through the Medium of Glass Artist Christina Bothwell (Habatat Galleries) 4 – 5 pm | Room A Hunt Slonem: Exotica and Beyond Artist Hunt Slonem (Hawk Galleries) 4:15 – 5:30 pm | Room C Pilchuck: A Dance With Fire Film Screening Filmaker John Forsen and James Baker, Executive Director, Pilchuck Glass School. Presented by Pilchuck Glass School


SATURDAY 9 – 10 am | Room B Wunderkammer: Object | Idea | Act Doug Heller, Director/Founder, Heller Gallery; artist Laura Kramer (Heller Gallery); Dr. Jutta-Annette Page, Curator, Glass & Decorative Arts, Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo; artist Andy Paiko (Wexler Gallery); Susie Silbert, independent curator and historian. 9:30 – 10:30 am | Room C E”Merging” Medium: Contemporary Mosaic Art Shatters All Expectations Arist and writer Gwyn Kaitis. Presented by the Society of American Mosaic Artists in conjunction with the special exhibit Shattering Expectations: The Art of Mosaics in the 21st Century

10 – 11 am | Room A An Earnest Pursuit: The Art of Tip Toland Sculptor Tip Toland (Traver Gallery); Bonnie Laing-Malcolmson, The Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Curator of Northwest Art at The Portland Art Museum, Portland. 10:30 – 11:30 am | Room B Icy Inspiration: How Visits to the Antarctic Landscape Transformed Four Artists and Their Work Peter Bremers (Habatat Galleries); David Ruth (Traver Gallery); April Surgent (Heller Gallery); Emma Varga (Tansey Contemporary); Andrew Page, Editor of GLASS: The UrbanGlass Quarterly. Presented by UrbanGlass, New York 11:00 am – 12 Noon | Room C Mitch Mitchell: Fabricating the Graphic Multiple Artist Mitch Mitchell (Option Art) 11:30 am – 12:30 pm | Room A Living with the Handmade Object: An Insider’s Perspective Artists Joanna Manousis, Andy Paiko, and Peter Pincus (Wexler Gallery); Suzanne Lovell, Suzanne Lovell, Inc., Chicago; collector Fleur Bresler

12 – 1 pm | Room B Makers, Mentors and Milestones: 50 Years of Scholarship from the National Conference on Education for the Ceramic Arts Harris Deller, Faculty Emeritus, Southern Illinois UniversityCarbondale, past Publications Director, NCECA; Elaine Henry, Editor, Ceramics: Art & Perception / TECHNICAL; Paul Sacaridiz, Executive Director, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts; Josh Green, Executive Director, NCECA. Presented by the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, Boulder, CO 12:30 – 1:30 pm | Room C griEGO: The Pros and Cons of Grudge Sculpting in the 21st Century Artist griEGO (William Zimmer Gallery) 1 – 2 pm | Room A Dr. Gerry King: Between Painting and Sculpture Dr. Gerry King (Kirra Galleries) 1:30 – 2:30 pm | Room B Rural Studio at 21: Designing and Building in Hale County, Alabama Andrew Freear, Professor and Director of Rural Studio Presented by Rural Studio, Auburn University in conjunction with the special exhibit Rural Studio: 22 Years of Designing and Building in West Alabama

Binh Pho

Jeff Wise

Peter Bremers

Tip Toland

4:30 – 5:30 pm | Room B CONNECT at SOFA CHICAGO 2015: Panel Discussion John DeSalvo, Illinois Institute of Technology; Deborah Schneiderman, Pratt Institute; Matthew Hebert, San Diego State University; Stephen Slaughter, University of Cincinnati; Monica Correia, University of Iowa; Jim Lawton, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth; moderated by Beth Dunlop, Modern magazine editor-in-chief

2 – 3 pm | Room C Shifting Scale/Traversing the Space between Sculpture and Jewelry Artist Jeff Wise (William Zimmer Gallery) 3 – 4 pm | Room B Contemporary Wood Art: The Shock of the Timeless Artist Binh Pho (Thomas R. Riley Galleries); Jennifer Komar Olivarez, Curator of Decorative Arts and Design, Decorative Arts, Textiles, and Sculpture, Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Thomas R. Riley, Owner, Thomas R. Riley Galleries, Cleveland. Presented by Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts in conjunction with the special exhibit Contemporary Wood Art: The Shock of the Timeless 3:30 – 4:30 pm | Room C CREA[C]TIVITIES: Design Explorations Artist Andrea Cingoli (Berengo Studio) 4 – 5 pm | Room A Fortified By Fire and Raise Your Glass: Building New Audiences for a New Era Jan Mirenda Smith, Executive Director, Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass. Presented by the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass

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SOFA CHICAGO 2015 SPECIAL EXHIBITS

COMMUNITY SUPPORTED ART CHICAGO

Since 2011, Threewalls has been at the forefront of a national movement to create sustainable models to support artists, and to make contemporary art more affordable and accessible. Community Supported Art (CSA) Chicago is a yearly subscription of engaging, innovative, and locally produced art modeled after Community Supported Agriculture, in which shareholders invest in a local farm and receive a regular payout of produce. The special exhibit at SOFA includes a curated selection of 20 sculptural and two dimensional CSA pieces commissioned over the past five years, all installed in a specially designed environment by mixed-media artist Alex Gartelmann. Presented by Threewalls, Chicago

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CONTEMPORARY WOOD ART: THE SHOCK OF THE TIMELESS

The utilization of paint and mixed media in wood art is a practice that dates back to ancient civilizations. This special exhibit will survey contemporary wood artists who incorporate these methods in the wood field today. The accompanying panel discussion in the SOFA Lecture Series will explore the purist aesthetic that took hold in the 1970s in connection with the contemporary craft movement and the response of collectors over the last few decades. Presented by Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts, Ojai, CA

RURAL STUDIO: 22 YEARS OF DESIGNING AND BUILDING IN WEST ALABAMA During the last 21 years, students of Auburn University Rural Studio, based in Newbern, Hale County, Alabama, have been designing and building houses, community projects and public landscapes in west-central Alabama. This special exhibit surveys a selection of the projects built by Rural Studio and its endeavors to contribute to the coherence of the place rather than create individual pieces of architecture. Presented by Rural Studio, Auburn University, Newburn, AL


SHATTERING EXPECTATIONS: THE ART OF MOSAICS IN THE 21ST CENTURY

The evolution of mosaics is engaging a new generation of artists that are breaking the barriers of what is commonly understood of the medium as a surface decoration. This special exhibit celebrates a diverse cross section of artists committed to an ageless art and to manipulating hundreds of carefully cut fragments of glass, ceramics, stone and reclaimed objects to build a whole that is far greater than the sum of its individual parts. Alternately art and craft, noun and verb, mosaic cannot be captured in one overarching style. Presented by the Society of American Mosaic Artists

THE MINDFUL MAKING OF TEA

The daily tea ritual encompasses an experience that is both deeply personal and shared as a community. In various cultures, there are ceremonies and events specifically crafted for the acts of preparing and consuming tea. The busy pace of life melts away, opening a place in time to enjoy the sound of water boiling and the sounds of pouring tea. There is a choice and a decision in the object that one uses to make tea.This special exhibit highlights the significance of the cup or bowl from which to drink, and these highly regarded objects that are used to add cream and sugar. Presented by Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, CO

CODAVIDEO AWARDS

For the second year in a row, CODAworx will announce the winners of the CODAvideo Awards at SOFA. The CODAvideo Awards recognize the best videos that tell the stories of incredible design projects, which successfully integrate art into interior, architectural, and public spaces around the globe. Winning videos will include the best video in five categories: Concept, Process, Collaboration, Experience, and Imagination, along with two People’s Choice Winners. Presented by CODAworx, Madison, WI

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ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

IIT’s CONNECT 2015 installation is a collaboration between different areas of study in our university that come to provide their particular expertise on their subject matter in order to stimulate the design process. From architecture to engineering, business to computer science, all of these diverse fields intersect in what we hope to be a great dialogue about the creation of a sculptural object, functional art. The intent of our university and this interprofessional projects program, known as IPRO, is to create groups that have access to different knowledge and provide a forum in which they can interact and share that knowledge.

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PRATT INSTITUTE

Pratt Institute’s 2015 CONNECT lounge is based on the idea of a city as a place of constant change. Titled Paper + Air, the proposal considers the life of a city and seeks to unify the past, present, and future through forms that might be found in the overlap between expansion and contraction. The goal is to ultimately fabricate a lounge that is readily transportable without compromising its spatial impact. The environment will be fabricated from two primary materials: paper, which will be made spatial through parametric design and folding, and air as an inflatable structure. The team will create patterns that abstractly represent Chicago’s rich neoclassical and modern architecture.

SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY

The Furniture Design and Woodworking program at San Diego State University has developed <=50lb/62in:. Born from the pragmatic concerns of creating furniturescale work in San Diego–the furthest corner of the American Southwest–for exhibition nationally, living in tiny domestic spaces, and the love of a good design challenge. Could students begin with the same piece of luggage and adhere to air travel constraints on size and weight? As the concept developed, students found it resonated with them, and the goal is to create pieces that can easily be stowed away when space becomes limited and can also travel easily.


UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI

The University of Cincinnatiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College of Design Architecture Art and Planning (DAAP) presents an expansion on the idea of digital design and fabrication to build an environment for DAAPCares. DAAPcares is a collection of faculty, students, alumni and organizations committed to improving the quality of life for individuals and communities in need through the pursuit of theoretical and applied research. Our design will highlight the humanitarian and public interest design projects DAAPcares designed and the work they are doing to make the world a better, more sustainable and humane place.

UNIVERSITY OF IOWA

The University of Iowa will present Lumens + Lines, a theatric, staged, and environmental collaboration between the 3D Design Program and Theatre Department. Faculty and students have worked together to create an environment that will encourage exploration and engagement through the use of lights and forms. We looked to structures around us that weave within one another to create a network, and found ourselves drawn to the complexity and resilience of tree canopies. The intent of our inspiration is to evoke the symbiotic relationship that exists in nature, distinct parts weaving together to create a whole, of which the visitor desires to be a part.

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS DARTMOUTH

The University of Massachusetts/ Dartmouth Departments of Artisanry and Design pay tribute to New Bedford, with our CONNECT entry, Weaving with Light. The cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s textile legacy lives on not only in contemporary textile mills, but also in the work of local fiber artists who carry on the making tradition while incorporating their own aesthetics and concepts. Our installation is a participatory, artistic rendering of traditionally industrial textile production. As such, it explores the intersection of industry and handicrafts and their places in the contemporary life of our city.

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FIBER ART PIONEERS: PUSHING THE PLIABLE PLANE JO ANN C. STABB

The Institute of Contemporary Art Boston’s heralded exhibition, Fiber: Sculpture 1960 to the present, which opened in late 2014 and is currently on exhibit at the Contemporary Art Museum of Houston, spurred a resurgence of interest in the contemporary fiber movement. Fiber art exhibitions in the year that followed included Thread Lines, at the Drawing Center in New York, textiles by Richard Tuttle and Sonia Delauney in separate exhibitions at the Tate Modern in London, Pathmakers: Women In Art, Craft and Design Midcentury and Today, the Museum of Arts and Design’s traveling exhibition, and Sheila Hicks at the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis, with more in the works. In August, the Wall Street Journal labeled fiber, “the Art World’s New Material Obsession.” In this essay, Jo Ann C. Stabb considers the origins of this movement and the artists whose experiments transformed textile art. Jo Ann Stabb is a designer, author and lecturer focusing on the field of fashion and wearable art. She served on the Design faculty of the University of California, Davis, for 34 years (1968 – 2002) teaching clothing, fashion, historic costume, ethnographic costume and contemporary wearable design.This essay is adapted from Fiber Art Pioneers: Pushing the Pliable Plane, which appeared in Retro/Prospective: 25+ Years of Art Textiles and Sculpture, published by browngrotta arts, Wilton, CT. This essay appears in conjunction with browngrotta arts’ presentation at SOFA CHICAGO 2015. All images courtesy of Tom Grotta.

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Kay Sekimachi Monofilament, c. 1975 monofilament 57 x 17


Magdalena Abakanowicz, Le Desert Rouge, 1984, sisal, 55 x 43 x 5

Curators and art historians like to use labels, categories, boxes, to group artists and artistic activity. Artists do not. True pioneers in any field reject the whole notion of thinking “inside the box.” Rather, they question authority in order to seek something new and unprecedented, something personally meaningful and expressive, striking out on their own, finding their own voices and often, risking all in the process. Such was the case for those who, 50 and 60 years ago, reinvented textiles. The tumultuous 1960s revolutionized not only the political and social establishment worldwide, but the arts as well. What had previously been categorized, classified and labeled, was challenged, rejected and re-defined by pioneering artists in all fields. Fine Art was invaded by Pop Art images and messages from the commercial world, elevating common, banal subjects into higher artistic realms and museums. The reverse was true for textiles. Previously relegated to the lowly categories of “decorative arts,” crafts” or “functional industrial design,” fiber became a medium for expression rather than merely a product. The palette of materials

considered fiber expanded dramatically. Textile makers gave priority to aesthetics and concept over technique, creating dramatic works of monumental scale that established a strong physical presence. PRECURSORS: The prelude to these developments can be seen in works from the 1950s by a few leading artists inspired by Cubism’s eclectic collage constructions. American Robert Rauschenberg’s paintingassemblages, called “combines,” included Bed (1955), which incorporated a patchwork quilt, vertically upturned, slathered with expressionistic paint strokes and hung on the gallery wall. Taking that familiar object - the quilt - out of context and violating it began Rauschenberg’s lifelong involvement with collage using textiles and textile processes in his fine art works. He regularly incorporated silkscreened images from daily newspapers and magazines transferring the reality of the everyday into art. Bulgarian artist Christo began wrapping mundane objects and furniture with cloth in the late 1950s, transforming them into enigmatic visual experiences, later expanding on this idea, wrapping entire buildings and

bridges, as well as draping landscapes. Feeding off the legacy of surrealism’s irrational juxtapositions, the soft sculptures of Claes Oldenburg during the 1960s employed vinyl and other industrial fabrics suggesting new possibilities for creating sculpture from pliable materials. Textiles provided him the means to enlarge the scale and transform familiar everyday objects from hard to soft, thereby changing people’s perceptions of the nature of things. All of these artists exploited textile’s transformative potential - and inspired textile artists to explore this potential as well. WOVEN STRUCTURES In the same period, artists like Magdalena Abakanowicz (Poland, b. 1930) in Poland and Lenore Tawney (b. Ohio, 19072007) and Sheila Hicks (b. Nebraska, 1934) in the US were adapting traditional textile techniques to create distinctly nontraditional forms. In the late 1950s, Abakanowicz who had studied as a painter, turned to weaving as a means of making her work more tactile and personal. Thousands of miles away, Tawney, who had trained with sculptor Alexander Archipenko at the Art Institute

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Lenore Tawney, Waterfall, 1975, linen, 36 x 17

in Chicago, reinterpreted ethnographic textiles and indigenous processes, combining several different textile techniques – plain weave, gauze weave, slit tapestry and open-warp weaving – to invent large, abstract and free-hanging sculptural works. Hicks, who had studied painting at Yale University under Josef Albers, took an interest in pre-Columbian textiles and traditional techniques of Mexican handweaving. This exposure inspired her miniature woven pieces of the early 1960s. In the mid-1960s she added a variety of industrial methods to enlarge the scale of her works; heavy, woven fabrics were embedded with cotton to add sculptural density.

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DEVELOPMENTS ABROAD Abakanowicz and the other artists of the “Polish school” broke new ground at the first invitational Biennial of International Tapestry in Lausanne, Switzerland in 1962. This prestigous international exhibition, initiated by French tapestry artist Jean Lurçat and the CITAM (International Center of Ancient and Modern Tapestry), was intended to stimulate an international renaissance in mural tapestry weaving by requiring the works included to be a minimum size of 130 square feet. The expectation was that the accepted works would be executed using a flat, pictorial tapestry format. Abakanowicz, however, submitted an abstract, highly textural piece that reflected her explorations with dimensionality, creating sculptural effects and direct expression in which the materials became a part of the work’s structure. Her piece, Composition of White Forms (1962) became the prototype for an entirely new direction that evolved into her Abakans series. Executed between 1966 and1975, the Abakans reflected the gesture painting and abstract expressionism then dominating fine arts. Their monumental, irregular freehanging shapes also challenged the traditional rectangular tapestry format. This breakthrough series represented a new way of thinking about weaving and tapestry making where the artist is the handweaver, not merely the designer of a

cartoon executed by other weavers, and in which the physical properties of the materials are openly exposed. The Lausanne Biennials inspired artists worldwide to experiment. Spanish artists Josep Grau-Garriga (b. Spain 1929) and Aurelia Muñoz (b. Spain 19262011) were selected to participate in the Second Biennial. As a result of their interactions with the Polish school artists, the aesthetics of the “Neuvelle Tapisserie,” or “Weaving Tapestry,” made their way to Spain. Throughout the 70s, the Japanese also made significant contributions to the Biennials, including The Nude Bride (1972) and The Red Glove (1975) by Yoichi Onagui (b. Japan) and Dark of the Valley (1979) by Naomi Kobayashi (b. Japan 1945), a floor object that fell between architecture and sculpture, between soft art and construction. Waves (1976) by Masakazu Kobayashi (b. Japan 19442004) now in the permanent collection of the Toms Pauli Foundation, was described in the collection catalog as “among the most perfect in aesthetic effectiveness ever produced by contemporary weaving.” left: Sheila Hicks Color Alphabet Tapestry, 1982 wool, silk, 72 x 72 right: Ed Rossbach After Miro, 1970 jute and horsehair, 60 x 47


DOMESTIC DEVELOPMENTS New York’s Museum of Modern Art took account of these international developments when it presented the work of 28 artists from eight countries in the Wall Hangings exhibition in 1969. Billing itself as, “[t]he first major exhibition at MOMA devoted to the contemporary weaver whose work places him not in the fabric industry but in the world of art…,” these artists, explained curators Mildred Constantine and Jack Lenor Larsen, had contributed to developments in weaving in the previous decade, that “have caused us to revise our concepts of this craft and view the work within the context of 20th century art.” In addition to works by Tawney, Hicks, Ed Rossbach (b. Illinois 1914-2002) and Sherri Smith (b. Illinois 1943) from the United States, there were works by a group of important Polish weavers, including Abakanowicz, Zofia Butrymowicz (b. Poland 1904-1987), Wojech Sadley (b. Poland, 1932) and Jolanta Owidzka (b. Poland 1927) and by Canadian weaver, Mariette Rousseau-

Vermette (b. Quebec 1926-2006). Wall Hangings was followed on the West Coast in 1971 by Deliberate Entanglements: an Exhibition of Fabric Forms Organized by the UCLA Art Galleries, that was curated by Bernard Kester and included works by Hicks, Abakanowicz, Peter and Ritzi Jacobi (b. Romania 1935 and 1941), Dominic DiMare (b. California 1932) and others. Throughout the 1970s, the international exchange of ideas and influences continued. Abakanowicz’s influence can be seen in the early work of Françoise Grossen (b. Switzerland 1943), who participated in the Lausanne Biennial in 1969 while a graduate student at UCLA. After graduating, Grossen restricted her explorations to bulky fibrous knots and braids built on a monolithic scale, suspended from multiple pulley systems in her studio. Other California-based artists working in off-loom techniques included English-born Barbara Shawcroft (b. UK 1930), whose giant ‘wombs’ of macrame-based knotting in the 1970s echoed the environmental scale being created in weaving. Neda Al-Hilali (b. Czechoslovakia 1938), also began working with knotting, and created increasingly large, almost spontaneous forms, ultimately using plaited, painted and crushed paper in her environmental installations on the beaches of Southern California. On a more intimate scale, Dominic DiMare pursued off-loom sculptural structures referencing his family background as fishermen, using string, horsehair, handmade paper and wood to evoke a spirituality and reverence for nature, works that appear as shrines or miniature monuments that pay homage and inspire contemplation. Claire Zeisler (b. Ohio, 1903-1991), also explored the nature and possibilities of materials by expanding the use of off-loom techniques such as knotting and braiding

to create freestanding fiber sculpture between 1967 and 1991. Until her death at 100, Lenore Tawney moved between the loom and three-dimensional textiles, often just by rotating her weavings, or creating clouds of cascading threads, or creating visual poetry with an other-worldly spirituality by weaving with paper, always with an elegant simplicity of means. CHANGING PERCEPTIONS Throughout the late 60s and early 70s, there were disparate indications that the perception of textile crafts was shifting to that of art. For example, the enormously influential national and international traveling exhibition Objects USA (1969), organized by the Smithsonian Institution, included one of Katherine Westphal’s (b. California 1919) art quilts. Westphal had pioneered making quilted wall hangings using her own printed textiles since 1961. The inclusion of quilts in this exhibition opened up the tremendous expressive potential of quilts as art, initiating an interest in making and viewing quilts that continues today. The landmark 1971 exhibition of Amish Quilts at the Whitney Museum in New York, Abstract Design Design in American Quilts, went further, linking quilts with abstract color-field painting. These boldly simple, striking examples of quilting within the Amish tradition, reflected an indigenous aesthetic isolated from the modern, commercial world. Yet they were compellingly modern abstractions. A year later, the traveling exhibition, The Navajo Blanket, curated by Anthony Berlant and Mary Kahlenberg, Curator of the Costume and Textile Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, was considered groundbreaking in its treatment of these weavings as the equivalent of paintings. In seeking loans for the exhibition, Kahlenberg viewed the private collections of Jasper Johns, Ken Noland, Frank Stella and Donald Judd. Each had collected Navajo blankets, understanding the Navajo textile as art.

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As the scale of abstract artwork expanded, textile quilts and blankets had the unique ability to visually fill huge wall areas, yet could be folded or rolled up into a small, manageable size for transport and storage without damaging the artwork. They did not require stretcher bars or frames to be displayed properly. The portability of textiles was an asset for nomadic peoples whose entire household was often fabricated from textiles and related pliable materials; now it became an asset for contemporary artists who continuously displayed, moved, stored and re-hung their work. ARCHITECTURAL/ENVIRONMENTAL APPROACHES The 50s, 60s and 70s also saw the rise of architectural-scaled textiles, designed to define and encompass spaces. As early as 1952, Dorothy Liebes (b. California, 1897-1972) had created a sample room divider for the United Nations Delegates Dining Room, of wood, chenille and Lurex. Liebes, who had commercial fabric design studios in San Francisco and New York, was known for bold color combinations, interesting textures and for deploying unexpected materials such as feathers, plastics, metallics, jute, ticker tape, leather strips and bamboo, to delineate spaces within a room. She worked with architects and designers, including Frank Lloyd Wright, Edward Durrell Stone and

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Samuel Marx, all of whom commissioned her to create textiles integral to their environments. From the 1960s on, Josep Grau-Garriga translated his background in mural painting directly to architecturalscale tapestries emphasizing vigorous, high-relief textures. He advocated tapestry as a natural complement to the cold rationalism of modern architecture, capable of giving warmth to expanses of stark, white walls. Gerhardt Knodel (b. Michigan 1940) used a background in theatrical stage design in his approach to architectural textiles, creating numerous commissions on a monumental scale, including Dining Environment (1971), which featured a cluster of suspended modular 12-foot high panels, a freehanging installation of woven cotton, linen and nylon to informally define a dining area. Magdalena Abkanowicz has also pioneered the multiplicity and repeatability of textile forms to create environmental installations, as in her work, Backs (1976-1980), a series of 80 slightly varied sculptures of the human torso of fibrous materials that were then hardened with resin, to signify a crowd. Sheila Hicks’ installations included eight tons of stacked laundry from a local hospital (Le Demeloir, installation at Lausanne Biennale 1977) and outdoor sites filled with multiple massproduced textile products

(Street Environment, 1978). These are treatises on the commonality of human experience with masses of cloth standing in for human counterparts. Unwearable clothing forms also became a metaphor for women’s roles and lives. Christo’s Wedding Dress (1967), in which a live model was harnessed to pull a huge bundle of containers wrapped in white satin by white silk ropes, dramatically presented the metaphorical power of clothing. Abakanowicz’s monumental, ominous work entitled Black Garments (1969, measuring 300 x 80 x 60 cm) woven of sisal and suspended from metal supports, led the way for artists to explore the potentials of the “empty dress” as Beverly Semmes (b. Washington, DC 1958) would do later in her out-of-scale work Water Coats (1991). BAUHAUS BEGINNINGS Many of the pioneers in the 1960s and 1970s had emerged from classic, traditional educational backgrounds focused on designing functional, utilitarian textile products. Textile designers and students alike typically created prototype samples and standard three-yard lengths above: Ritzi Jacobi Tetragon Connections, 1999 cotton, coconut fiber, 55 x 51


for industrial production, primarily for interior design applications including upholstery, window and wall coverings, and rugs. This approach had developed out of the classic Bauhaus emphasis on the interconnection between artists, architects and craftspeople. By the 1930s, there were several European-born and educated weavers teaching in American schools espousing this philosophy, including Anni Albers (b. Germany 1899 –1994) who taught at Black Mountain College in North Carolina from 1933 to 1949; Marianne Strengell (b. Finland 1909-1998) who taught at the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan from 19371961) and Trude Germonprez (b. Germany 1910 -1976) who had taught at the Bauhaus in Germany from 1947 to 1949 and then emigrated to the United States to teach at the California College of Arts and Crafts from 1954 to 1976. These teachers and practitioners influenced an entire generation of students who mastered technique first, then questioned these traditional constraints and liberated textiles to create fiber “art.”

used many off-loom structural techniques, including coiling, knotting, netting and plaiting, on vessels and textiles that were often superimposed with printing, painting and heat-transferred photocopies. His landmark books on basketry, including Baskets As Textile Art (1973) and The New Basketry (1976), brought a new focus to off-loom techniques and inspired the revolution in sculptural textiles.

Among the leaders who emerged from this tradition was Ed Rossbach, who completed graduate studies at Cranbrook with Marianne Strengell in 1946 and 1947, working within the narrow parameters of Euro-Bauhaus-Scandinavian weaving traditions for industry. In reaction to this tight definition of textiles, Rossbach became fascinated by indigenous textile processes and the use of found materials as he studied artifacts in the anthropology collection at University of California, Berkeley, as a faculty member from 1950 to 1979. Best known for creating three-dimensional, structural forms from unexpected, humble materials (including plastic, reeds, newspaper, stapled cardboard, twigs), Rossbach inspired a renaissance in basketry and vessel forms. His own handheld basketry/ sculptures combine irony, humor, topical imagery and personal interpretations. He

Even more influential in bridging textile art and design was Jack Lenor Larsen (b. Seattle 1927) who served as Rossbach’s graduate assistant at the University of Washington in 1949, and became his lifelong colleague. With a background in architecture and furniture design and an MFA from Cranbrook (1950 -1951), Larsen established his own design firm for interior fabrics in New York in 1953. A pioneer in creating handwoven and hand-printed textiles for commercial applications, he incorporated international influences and craft processes based on his extensive travels and collecting of indigenous textiles. He co-authored several influential books including The Dyers Art: Ikat, Batik, Plangi (pub. 1971) and Beyond Craft: The Art Fabric (with Mildred Constantine 1972) that reinterpreted indigenous sources in contemporary terms. Through his thousands of textile designs, writings

Rossbach’s former students from the 1960s continued the fiber revolution. Among them: Lia Cook (b. California 1942) weaving inventive tapestry and wall pieces with unique surface dimensionality and digital imagery; Gyöngy Laky (b. Hungary 1944) known for sculptural basketry forms using natural tree prunings and wood; Debra Rapoport (b. New York 1945) who transforms found materials into collaged wearable art and artist’s books; and Pat Hickman (b. Colorado 1941) whose materials are as varied as twigs and gut, inspired by indigenous textiles from Inuit traditions, to create both two- and threedimensional works.

and the nonprofit LongHouse Reserve art foundation, Larsen has done more to bring recognition to international leaders and pioneering artists than perhaps anyone else in the field. EPILOGUE: REALITY CHECKS Many of the fiber experiments of that 30year period succeeded; some spawned new ideas while still others resulted in works that were not sustainable. In recent years, the realities of preserving, conserving and restoring works of fiber have led some artists to move toward working with more permanent, sustainable materials, such as stone, wood and metal, or to incorporate coatings of resin, polymer paints and plastics that can extend the lifetime of an artifact. Beginning in the 90s, Sheila Hicks and Junichi Arai (b. Japan 1932) used spunsteel thread in tapestries, clothing and sculpture. In recent years, artists Agneta Hobin (b. Finland 1945) of Finland and Jin-Sook So (b. South Korea 1950) of Korea and Sweden have each made large dimensional sculptures from stainless steel mesh. Magdalena Abakanowicz’ series Backs (1976-82) and Embryology (197881) were constructed of fibrous burlap, rope and canvas. Much of her later work, however, has been cast in bronze, stone or concrete. Pat Hickman used styrene foam “cloth,” which she scrunched and tied to simulate textile networks, and then sandcast in aluminum to form a series of huge entrance gates for the Maui Arts and Cultural Centre in Hawaii (1991-94), a process that successfully retained the essential textures and nuanced forms of the original cloth materials while simultaneously ensuring strength, durability and permanence. None of these developments imply failure. Rather they are part of the process of invention and creativity, trial and error – the continuing legacy of innovation left by the pioneers of the 1950s, 60s and 70s.

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BERND MUNSTEINER Reflecting Perspectives, 1984, citrine, bronze, 24 x 2.5 cm with 6 cm base

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WILLIAM MORRIS Medicine Jar, 2006, blown and hot sculpted glass, steel stand, 15 x 6 x 6

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CHRISTOPHER DAVID WHITE Going Hand in Hand, 2015, porcelain, acrylic, 16 x 26 x 6.5

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PETR STACHO Wave, 2014, kiln-cast, cut and polished uranium glass, 21 x 20 x 5.5

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Tomas Brzon Josh Hershman Barrie Kaurman

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DULCE PINZON Bernabe Mendez from the State of Guerrero works as a professional window cleaner in New York, 2006, limited edition photograph, 30 x 40, Cover of “Dulce Pinzón: The Real Story of the Superheroes”, RM Publishers, 2012

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Marta Maria Perez Bravo F. Lennox Campello Marianela de la Hoz Elissa Farrow-Savos

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CRISTINA CÓRDOVA En la Montaña, 2015, stoneware, metal, resin, 44 x 19 x 6

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JIM ROSE Four Door Cupboard, 2015, hot-rolled steel, found painted panels, 88 x 114 x 25

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KARSTEN OAKS Averted Dissent, 2015, cold sculpted, bonded, tinted optical crystal, 19 x 13 x 8

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ANDREA SALVADOR Pureness (Purezza), 2015, glass mosaic, 42 x 39

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URSULA HUBER Egocenter, 2007, glass, 19.7 x 7.1 each

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PRESTON SINGLETARY AND HARLAN REANO Untitled, 2015, blown and sand carved glass, 16 x 11.25 x 5

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PRESTON SINGLETARY Swan, 2015, blown and sand carved glass with dichroic inlay, 20.75 x 8 x 3.5

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CHARLES LADSON Vanishing Point, 2014, oil on canvas, 48 x 48

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BRAD SELLS Ode to Spring, 2015, red maple, oil paint, 25 x 28 x 25

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LENORE TAWNEY Waterfall, 1975, linen, 36 x 17

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Magdalena Abakanowicz Adela Akers Lia Cook Mariá Eugenia Dávila Carole Fréve Susie Gillespie

Sheila Hicks Stéphanie Jacques Ritzi Jacobi Tim Johnson Marianne Kemp Anda Klancic Masakazu Kobayashi

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EDUARDO PORTILLO AND MARIÁ EUGENIA DÁVILA Homo Textil & Venus, 2014, bronze, 39 x 20 x 5

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KEVIN BARRETT Dash, 2013, painted aluminuim, 95 x 56 x 26

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JOHN VAN ALSTINE Red Hips Hula II, 2011, New York State slate, pigmented and sealed steel, 52 x 28 x 13

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ANNETTE DAM Necklace 84.5 ct, 2012, silver, precious stones, all natural, pearls, white coral, plastic boxes, 400 x 300 x 20 mm

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Nastassia Aleinikava Efharis Alepedis Lynn Batchelder Michael Becker Millie Behrens Naama Bergman Sofia Bjorkman Nisa Blackmon Liv Blavarp Julie Blyfield Antje Braeuer Sebastien Carre Monica Cecchi Moon Choonsun Annemie de Corte Annette Dam Saskia Detering Daniel DiCaprio

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SAEROM KONG Untitled Brooch, 2015, hanji, rice, bean, silver, polish, wood, paint, 12 x 10 x 6 cm

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KIVA FORD Snow Leopard Bottle, 2015, glass, 9 x 9 x 13

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MICAH EVANS Tensio, 2012, glass, 18 x 17 x 19

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ABBY MODELL Celestial Ocean Wall Installation, 2015, hand-blown glass, distressed silver coated with Swarovski crystals, 6’ x 8’ x 10

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ABBY MODELL RockStar Bowl, 2015, hand-blown glass vessel with fractured glass and Swarovski crystals, 5.5 x 19

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ELISABETH RAPHAEL Psaume 102, 2014, porcelain, steel, 10 x 5 x 5, photo: Laurent Ardhuin

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Marianne Castelly Sabine Lalande

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INGRID VAN MUNSTER Untitled, 2015, ceramic, 18 x 18 x 15, photo: Ingrid Van Munster

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WESLEY NEAL RASKO Soul Travel, 2015, painted, laminated and cut glass, granite, 29 x 6.7 x 6.7

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David Barnhill Rimas Ciurlionis Rebecca Gouldson David Huang

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RON LAYPORT Distant Gardens, 2015, ash, pigment, 10 x 7

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BRYONY KNOX Hoopoe Sunworshipper Box, 2015, chased silver with oxidised detail and hand blown grey glass base, 23 x 20 x 20 cm, photo: Shannon Tofts

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Juli Bola単os-Durman Jonathan Boyd Carrie Fertig

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KELLY MUNRO Knotted Barrels Necklace, 2015, wood, paint, ink, rubber, oxidised silver, 60 x 30 x 6 cm, photo: Kelly Munro

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ROD AND DENYSE SIMAIR All One World, 2014, ceramic with crystalline glaze, 11.5 x 11.5 x 11.5

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Catherine Blackburn Victor Cicansky Joe Fafard

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JOE FAFARD Animals at the Pond, 2015, patinated bronze, glass, 30 x 72 x 48

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HARRY BERTOIA Silver Necklace with Gong Style Pendant, 1970-1976, handcrafted sterling silver, 19 inch chain and 5.5 inch pendant, Ex. collection of Clarence Haack of International Metals Corporation and Halaco Engineering who helped Bertoia devise specific metal alloys for his sculptures. 54 / EXHIBITORS


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Yaacov Agam Hans Appenzeller Giampaolo Babetto Peggy Bannenberg Harry Bertoia Caroline Broadhead Pol Bury Alexander Calder Barbara Cartlidge Cesar Kevin Coates

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CAROLINE BROADHEAD Rainbow Bangle, 1978, sterling silver, dyed nylon monofilament threads, wood, 3.9 inches in diameter, Stamped with London hallmarks for 1978. Ex. collection of Barbara Cartlidge, London.

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KATE HUNT Electric Torrington, 2015, newspaper, steel, encaustic, bailing twine, electrical clamps, 56 x 37 x 7

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Monica Petty Aiello Tyler Aiello Dirk De Bruycker Helen Durant Jeri Eisenberg Alexandra Eldridge Peter Haslam Fox

Ted Gall Grant Garmezy Susan Goldsmith Sarah Hillock Peter Hoffer Jeremy Houghton Kate Hunt

Heather Jansch Anastastia Kimmett KOLLABS Hung Liu Kathy Moss Gwynn Murrill Richard Painter

Caprice Pierucci David Pirrie Bill Prickett Chris Reilly Angie Renfro Jason Rohlf Douglas Schneider

Adam Siegel John E. Simms Hunt Slonem Les Thomas Casey Vogt Mike Weber JenMarie Zeleznak

HEATHER JANSCH Saudade, 2015, driftwood, bronze, resin, copper wire, 23 x 28 x 9.5

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DONNA SCHNEIER FINE ARTS ADDRESS

STAFF

115 Spoonbill Road Manalapan FL 33462 USA 518.441.2884 P www.donnaschneier.com donna@donnaschneier.com

Donna Schneier, Director Leonard Goldberg

TOOTS ZYNSKY Calderon Mizimah, 2004, fused glass, 13 x 17.75 x 14

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Ashley Buchanan Jose Chardiet Dale Chihuly Vaclav Cigler

Donna Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Aquino Dan Dailey Tzuri Gueta Peter Hora

Amy Lemaire Harvey Littleton Michael Lucero Dante Marioni

Richard Marquis William Morris Michael Pavlick Stephan Powell

Megan Riley Frantisek Visner Laura Wood Toots Zynsky

MICHAEL PAVLICK Outer Space, 1998, cast glass, 16 x 14 x 12

59


DUANE REED GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

4729 McPherson Avenue St. Louis MO 63108 USA 314.361.4100 P / 314.361.4102 F www.duanereedgallery.com info@duanereedgallery.com

Duane Reed, Owner Glenn Scrivner Merrill Strauss Matthew Isaacson Ethan Meyer Stefanie Kirkland

MARVIN LIPOFSKY Czech Flowers IGSIV, #12, 1991-93, blown, hand cut, sandblasted, acid etched glass, 12.5 x 18 x 18

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Cassandria Blackmore Robert Forman John Garrett

Mary Giles Katherine Glover Jan Huling

Jun Kaneko Sabrina Knowles Jiyong Lee

Steven Young Lee Marvin Lipofsky Danny Perkins

Lindsay Pichaske Jenny Pohlman

JAN HULING Das Bug, 2015, Czech glass seed beads and mixed media, 61 x 59 x 110

61


FLOW GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

1-5 Needham Road London W11 2RP England 44.20.7243.0782 P www.flowgallery.co.uk info@flowgallery.co.uk

Yvonna Demczynska, Gallery Director Lisa Stockham, Gallery Manager Katy Evans, Gallery Assistant

HENK WOLVERS Vessel, 2015, porcelain, 18 x 17 x 12 cm

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Claire Brewster Akiko Hirai Matthias Kaiser Sue Lawty Henk Wolvers

MATTHIAS KAISER Cracked Slip Wayward Vase, 2015, stoneware, 32 x 17 x 17 cm, photo: Jens Preusse

63


FOSTER/WHITE GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

220 Third Avenue South, #100 Seattle WA 98104 USA 206.622.2833 P www.fosterwhite.com seattle@fosterwhite.com

Stephanie Collier, Gallerist Nina Wesler, Gallery Sales

GEORGE RODRIGUEZ Reaper, 2014, ceramic with glaze, 18 x 12 x 14

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GALLERY ARTISTS

John de Wit Casey McGlynn

George Rodriguez Will Robinson

Paul Vexler Janna Watson

Eric Zener

JOHN DE WIT Nest 3012-12, 2012, glass, 13.75 x 10 x 4.25

65


GALERIE NOEL GUYOMARC’H ADDRESS

STAFF

4836 St-Laurent Boulevard Montreal QC H2T 1R5 Canada 514.840.9362 P www.galerienoelguyomarch.com info@galerienoelguyomarch.com

Noel Guyomarc’h, Director Stéphane Blackburn, Assistant

LAWRENCE WOODFORD The Road to Ambiguity II Ring, 2014, sterling silver, pink quartz, synthetic material, 4.5 x 4.5 x 1.5 cm

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Silvie Altschuler Ela Bauer Jamie Bennett Helen Carnac Matthieu Cheminée Gabrielle Desmarais Bettina Dittlmann

Sandra Enterline Aurélie Guillaume Gésine Hackenberg Rebecca Hannon Elizabeth Boyd Hartmann Peter Hoogeboom

Michael Jank Heejoo Kim Yong Joo Kim Seulgi Kwon Petra Luz Paul McClure

Myra Mimlitsch-Gray Pierre-Yves Paquette Katja Prins Anne-Marie Rébillard Pamela Ritchie Catherine Sheedy

Despo Sophocleous Barbara Stutman Anne-Sophie Vallée Luzia Vogt Andrea Wagner Lawrence Woodford

HELEN CARNAC Each Other, 2014, vitreous enamel on steel, 6.5 x 6.5 x 3.5

67


GALERIE ZUGER / ASPEN GROVE FINE ART ADDRESS

STAFF

120 West San Francisco Street Santa Fe NM 87501 USA 505.984.5099 P / 505.984.5087 F www.galeriezuger.com art@galeriezuger.com

Matthew Lebowitz, Art Consultant Paul Zueger, Owner Mike Olson, Owner-Corporate Director Robert Wilborn, Art Consultant Doug Zueger, Staff

Aspen Grove Fine Art 525 East Cooper Avenue Aspen CO 81611 USA 970.925.5151 P / 970.925.5321 F www.aspengrovefineart.com courtyyard@aspengroveart.com

WOODROW NASH Rhaxma Bust, 2015, ceramic, 18 x 11 x 10

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GALLERY ARTISTS

James Jensen Woodrow Nash Bob Wilfong

BOB WILFONG To Touch the Sky, 2015, bronze, 27 x 20 x 17

69


GALERIE ZUGER / ASPEN GROVE FINE ART

JAMES JENSEN Asia, 2014, mixed media, 60 x 48

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JAMES JENSEN Ascend, 2015, mixed media, 60 x 48

71


GALLERI FORMAT OSLO ADDRESS

STAFF

Rådhusgt. 24 Oslo 0151 Norway 47.22.41.45.40 P www.format.no oslo@format.no

Irija Øwre, Director Kjersti Solbakken, Substitute Director Hege Henriksen, Market Development Manager Kristin Mannino, Gallery Coordinator

NINA MALTERUD Square with Circle 5, 2015, earthenware and glaze, 38 x 38 cm, photo: Øystein Klakegg

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Beate Einen Stein Fjelldal Eirik Gjedrem

Sidsel Hanum Kari Håkonsen Martin Bodilsen Kaldahl

Vidar Koksvik Edith Lundebrekke Nina Malterud

Irene Nordli Lene Tangen Åse Marit Thorbjørnsrud

EDITH LUNDEBREKKE Multi Meander II, 2013, relief of coloured wooden ribs, 90 x 90 x 6 cm, photo: Anne-Line Bakken

73


GALLERY FW ADDRESS

STAFF

1923 North Halsted Street Chicago IL 60614 USA 312.587.7771 P / 312.575.3565 F www.galleryfw.com info@galleryfw.com

Elias Martin, Director Ren McMahon, Sales Associate Ian Magargee, Sales Associate

NIYOKO IKUTA Kuu-77, 2015, laminated glass sculpture, 10 x 14 x 10

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Sachi Fujikake Niyoko Ikuta Tomohiro Kano Masahiro Sasaki Hidenori Tsumori Masaaki Yonemoto

HIDENORI TSUMORI Vestiges of Existence, 2014, glass, clay, 18.75 x 20 x 12.5

75


GLADWELL & PATTERSON ADDRESS

STAFF

5 Beauchamp Place London SW3 1NG England 44.207.584.5512 P www.gladwellpatterson.com cory@gladwellpatterson.com

Cory Fuller Anthony Fuller Glenn Fuller Marie-Claire Meredith

SIMON GUDGEON Reflection, 2009, bronze, 45.5 x 21 x 13

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Salvadore Dali Walter Dolphyn Simon Gudgeon Joan Miro Pablo Picasso

PABLO PICASSO Guitar Accroché Au Mur, 1927, oil on canvas, 32 x 32

77


HABATAT GALLERIES ADDRESS

STAFF

4400 Fernlee Avenue Royal Oak MI 48073 USA 248.554.0590 P / 248.554.0594 F www.habatat.com info@habatat.com

Corey Hampson Aaron Schey Ferdinand Hampson Kathy Hampson Debbie Clason Robert Bambrough Dave Walstad Samantha Menzo

CLIFFORD RAINEY War Boy 3, cast glass, 34 x 14 x 12

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Shelley Muzylowski Allen Michael Behrens Howard Ben Tré Alex Bernstein Martin Blank Peter Borkovics Christina Bothwell Latchezar Boyadjiev Peter Bremers

Emily Brock José Chardiet Daniel Clayman Matthew Curtis Gáspár György Susan Taylor Glasgow Wilfried Grootens Sean Hennessey Eric Hilton Petr Hora

David Huchthausen Martin Janecky Shayna Leib Steve Linn Laszo Lukacsi Mira Maylor John Miller Debora Moore Kathleen Mulcahy

Bretislav Novak Jr. Stephan Pala Albert Paley Zora Palova Stephen Rolfe Powell Clifford Rainey Richard Ritter Davide Salvadore Mary Shaffer

Raven Skyriver Ivana Sramkova STANI Paul Stankard Tim Tate Margit Toth Vivian Wang Hayden Wilson Loretta Yang

DAVIDE SALVADORE Tiraboson Spirale, blown and carved glass, 59.5 x 17.5 x 20.5

79


HAVOC GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

27 Sears Lane Burlington VT 05401 USA 800.639.1868 P / 802.863.9553 F www.havocgallery.com havoc@havocgallery.com

Bruce R. MacDonald, Owner Sarah Vogelsang-Card, Director

JOテ記 URRUTY Flock of Speckled Hens, 2015, reclaimed wood, 48 x 40

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Rich Arentzen Bruce R. MacDonald JoĂŤl Urruty

BRUCE R. MACDONALD Entanglement, 2015, stainless steel light sculpture, 39 x 39

81


HAWK GALLERIES ADDRESS

STAFF

153 East Main Street Columbus OH 43215 USA 614.225.9595 P / 614.225.9550 F www.hawkgalleries.com tom@hawkgalleries.com

Tom Hawk, Jr., Director Marty Sklepko, Manager Gail Garee Brandon Brown Carson Wedlake

HUNT SLONEM Viceroy & Guardians, 2014, oil on canvas, 50 x 60

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Minnie Adkins Cassandria Blackmore Martin Blank Sonja Blomdahl Peter Bremers Emily Brock William Carlson Wendell Castle Daniel Clayman

Vanessa Cutler Dan Dailey Shane Fero Steve Jensen Richard Jolley John Kiley Jon Kuhn Joanna Manousis

Dante Marioni John Miller Tobias Mohl William Morris Bradford Naugler Albert Paley Francis Paley Mark Peiser

Danny Perkins Stephen Powell Christopher Ries Richard Royal Kari Russell-Pool Jack Schmidt Mary Shaffer Harue Shimomoto

Preston Singletary Paul Stankard Ethan Stern Lino Tagliapietra Bertil Vallien Janusz Walentynowicz Red Wolf Brent Kee Young

HUNT SLONEM Untitled, 2015, oil on canvas, 48 x 48

83


HAWK GALLERIES

KEN CARDER Early Astronomer #2, 2015, hot-worked, cast-fused inclusion, cut and polished glass, 22.5 x 10 x 6.5

84 / EXHIBITORS


NANCY CALLAN Sapphire Twill Cloud, 2015, blown glass, 12 x 16.5 x 7.5

85


HEDONE GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

By Appointment Only Leonia NJ 201.965.9027 P www.hedonegallery.com indulge@hedonegallery.com

Bonnie Levine, Co-Owner Jeffrey Carr, Co-Owner Jane Levine Lori Ziliotto

DONALD FRIEDLICH Celery Brooches, 2013, glass, 14k gold, 6.125 x 1.375 x 1, photo: Larry Sanders

86 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Annemieke Broenink Bongsang Cho Giselle Courtney Ute Decker

Jeffrey Lloyd Dever Donald Friedlich Jed Green

Reiko Ishiyama John Iversen Daphne Krinos

Horst Max Leibert Ayesha Mayadas Jo McDonald

Naomi McIntosh John Moore Federica Sala

JOHN IVERSEN Crackle Leaf Necklace, 2015, heat treated sterling silver, 18k gold, 16 inches, photo: Jenny Gorman

87


HELLER GALLERY ADDRESS

303 Tenth Avenue New York NY 10001 USA 212.414.4014 P www.hellergallery.com info@hellergallery.com

NORWOOD VIVIANO Lowell: Planned Industrial Community, 2015, rapid prototyped pattern kilncast glass/ fabricated steel, 37.5 x 42 x 42, photo: Tim Thayer/Robert Hensleigh

88 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Amber Cowan Steffen Dam Josepha Gasch-Muche

Michael Glancy Jeannet Iskandar Laura Kramer

Libenský & Brychtová Jason Miller Tobias Møhl

Matt Moulthrop Philip Moulthrop Sibylle Peretti

April Surgent Norwood Viviano

MICHAEL GLANCY Radiated Cerulean Star X, 2015, glass, copper, 5.5 x 15.5 x 15.5

89


HIVE CONTEMPORARY ADDRESS

PO Box 1429 Havertown PA 19083 USA 610.420.2223 P www.hivecontemporary.com jeanne@hivecontemporary.com

RANDY REID While Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m Away, 2013, cherry wood, birdseye maple, sterling silver, 11 x 12 x 12

90 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Josh DeWall Grant Garmezy Evan Kolker Paul J. Nelson Randy Reid David Royce Emily Selvin

EVAN KOLKER N. Bicalcarata et Camponotus Intimus, 2015, glass, steel, bronze, flocking, 16 x 14 x 18

91


IPPODO GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

12 East 86th Street, #507 New York NY 10028 USA 212.967.4899 P / 212.967.4889 F www.ippodogallery.com mail@ippodogallery.com

Keiko Aono, Owner Shoko Aono, Director Yoko Kitajo, Assistant Director

Isei bldg., 1-8-17, Ginza Tokyo 104-0061 Japan 81.3.5159.0599 P / 81.3.5159.0699 F

KEN AKAJI Large Pot with Spiral Brush Pattern, 2015, ceramic, 21 x 12.5 x 12.5

92 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Ken Akaji Koji Hatakeyama Yukiya Izumita

Masahiro Maeda Ken Matsubara Tohru Matsuzaki

Jihei Murase Junko Narita Harumi Noguchi

Katsuya Ohgita Shota Suzuki Ruri Takeuchi

Takashi Tomo-oka Midori Tsukada Shinya Yamamura

MASAHIRO MAEDA Large Bowl with Enamel and Silver Overglaze, 2015, ceramic, 6.5 x 12.5

93


JEAN ALBANO GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

215 West Superior Street Chicago IL 60654 USA 312.440.0770 P www.jeanalbanogallery.com info@jeanalbanogallery.com

Jean Albano Broday Angelina Keating

DIANE COOPER Bundles, 2015, mixed media, found objects, grouped installation

94 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Luciana Abait Fletcher Benton Diane Cooper

John Geldersma Sophie Kahn

Donna Rosenthal Susan Saladino

Hunt Slonem Courtney Timmermans

John Torreano Margaret Wharton

DONNA ROSENTHAL Believes In Destiny from the Dress Quilt Series, 2015, vintage astrology books, mixed media, 17 x 11 x 9

95


JOHN NATSOULAS GALLERY ADDRESS

521 1st Street Davis CA 95616 USA 530.756.3938 P art@natsoulas.com

WESLEY ANDEREGG Dance Headspinner, 2014, ceramic, 59 x 18 x 12

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Wesley Anderegg Esther Shimazu

ESTHER SHIMAZU Shall We?, 2014, ceramic, 6.5 x 8 x 5

97


K. ALLEN GALLERY ADDRESS

9991 State Highway 57 Sister Bay WI 54234 USA 920.854.4100 P www.kallengallery.gallery kclayton1459@gmail.com

KEITH ALLEN CLAYTON Evergreen, 2015, cast glass and bronze, 35 x 15 x 4

98 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Eoin Breadon Deanna Clayton

Keith Allen Clayton Tim Lotton

Gary Magakis David Patchen

Candone Wharton

DAVID PATCHEN Foglio, 2015, 570,000 white threads using an extreme application of the murrine technique, 26 x 14 x 3

99


KIRRA GALLERIES ADDRESS

STAFF

Federation Square (enter via Atrium) Corner Swanston & Flinders Streets Melbourne Victoria 3000 Australia 61.3.9639.6388 P / 61.3.9639.8522 F www.kirragalleries.com gallery@kirra.com

Suzanne Brett, Gallery Manager Vicki Winter, Administration Manager

BRENDEN SCOTT FRENCH Tectonic Trace Binary #8, 2015, kiln-formed glass, 49 x 36 x 2, photo: Grant Hancock

100 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Brenden Scott French Kevin Gordon Gerry King

Simon Maberley Peter Nilsson Harriet Schwarzrock

Tim Shaw Crystal Stubbs

Yusuke Takemura Zoe Woods

Robert Wynne Ben Young

CRYSTAL STUBBS Reflection, 2015, hot formed and cast glass, 27 x 21 x 7.5

101


KOREA CRAFT & DESIGN FOUNDATION ADDRESS

STAFF

5F Haeyoung Bldg. 53 Yulgok-ro, Jongno-gu 110-240, Seoul South Korea 02.398.7943 P / 02.398.7999 F https://www.kcdf.kr kcdf@kcdf.kr

Jeungcheul Choi, President Seungbae Kim, General Manager Yunkyung Seo, Senior Manager

8, insa 11-gil Jongno-gu 110-300 Seoul South Korea

MYUNGSIK KIM Looking For Me-Return, 2014, frit glass, 40 x 40 cm

102 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Sejin Bae Younkyung Cho

Deokho Kim Jinsik Kim

Jongmin Lee Kyunghwan Kim

Myungsik Kim Haelim Shin

Minjeong Song Jucheol Yun

JINSIK KIM HalfHalf Console Wide, 2015, mirror stainless steel, marble, 85 x 130 x 50 cm

103


MARIA ELENA KRAVETZ GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

Peatonal 25 de Mayo 240 C贸rdoba X5000ELF Argentina 54.351.423.9451 P www.mariaelenakravetzgallery.com mek@mariaelenakravetzgallery.com

Maria Elena Kravetz, Owner Raul Nisman, Attorney Mariana Di Rienzo, Assistant

ANTONELLA PERRONE NICOLAS CUEVAS Origo III, 2015, kiln-cast and polished glass, woven wire with glass beads

104 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Carol Brookes Robert Burch Jerre Davidson Edgardo De Bortoli

Max Leiva Linda Lewis Mikey Mc Ghee Cynthia Miller

Renee Murray Irene Palomar Antonella Perrone and Nicolas Cuevas

Jose Sacal Debra Sloan Randi Solin Sergio Valenzuela

Carol Warner George and Fran Whitney Peter Zelle

EDGARDO DE BORTOLI The Living Dead II, 2014, serigraph printing on optiwhite glass and glass threads from industrial disposal, 12.6 x 12.6 x 8

105


MATTSONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S FINE ART ADDRESS

2579 Cove Circle NE Atlanta GA 30319 USA 404.435.0801 P www.mattsonsfineart.com sundew@mindspring.com

PETER LAYTON Ester Segarra, 2014, blown glass, 18 x 12 x 3

106 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Afro Celotto Dinah Cross James

Peter Layton Bruce Marks

Sharon Meyer Harry Roa

Alexis Silk Lisabeth Sterling

James Wilbat

ALEXIS SILK Golden Winged Angel, 2014, hot sculpted blown glass, 38 x 30 x 9

107


MATTSON’S FINE ART

LISABETH STERLING To Banish Serpents, 2015, engraved glass vessel, 8.25 x 5.25 x 5.25

108 / EXHIBITORS


SHARON MEYER Surrounded, 2015, carved citrine, diamond, 18k gold, 30 x 60 mm

109


MAURINE LITTLETON GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

1667 Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington DC 20007 USA 202.333.9307 P www.littletongallery.com info@littletongallery.com

Maurine Littleton, Director Evan Hume, Assistant Director Drew Graham, Preparator

HARVEY LITTLETON Arc Segment, Balanced, 1981, glass, 10 x 20 x 4

110 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Michael Janis Harvey Littleton

John Littleton and Kate Vogel

Allegra Marquart Colin Reid

Ginny Ruffner Therman Statom

MICHAEL JANIS Where My Secret Lies, 2015, kiln-formed glass, glass powder imagery, steel, 40 x 42 x 4

111


MODUS GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

23 Place des Vosges Paris 75003 France 33.1.4278.1010 P / 714.880.0010 M www.modus-gallery.com modus@modusgallery.com

Richard Elmir, Managing Director Karl Yeya, Owner Hugo Zeitoun, Curator

ZHUANG HONG YI Untitled, 2015, rice paper on canvas, 31 x 43, color changing artwork, three views

112 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Jesus Curia Jean-Paul Donadini Zhuang Hong Yi

JESUS CURIA Mujer Sentada, 2014, marble, bronze, 16 x 15 x 35

113


NEXT STEP STUDIO & GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

530 Hilton Road Ferndale MI 48220 USA 248.342.5074 P www.nextstepstudio.com nextstepstudio@aol.com

Kaiser Suidan, Owner Rebbecca Myers, Gallery Director

JOAN RASMUSSEN A Sincere Act of a Second Chance, 2015, ceramic, found object wall installation, 78 x 38 x 24

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Susan Beiner Mark Chatterley Eric Hoefer

Cathy Jacobs Michele Renee Ledux

Rebecca Myers Craig Nowak

Joan Rasmussen Kaiser Suidan

Graceann Warn Betsy Youngquist

MARK CHATTERLEY Secret Meeting, 2015, ceramic, 86 x 20x 20

115


OKAY SPARK ADDRESS

801 Boush Street, Suite D Norfolk VA 23510 USA 757.407.1368 P www.okayspark.com mfine@okayspark.com

MATTHEW FINE Thole Return, 2015, cast glass, granite, 24 x 10 x 4

116 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Stephan Cox Matthew Fine Gabriela Firehammer Jeremy Firehammer Charles Savoie Kirsten Stingle

STEPHAN COX Rockets, 2014, blown glass, 36 x 16 x 14

117


ONISHI GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

521 West 26th Street New York NY 10001 USA 212.695.8035 P www.onishigallery.com apillow@onishigallery.com

Nana Onishi, Owner Anna Pillow, Gallery Director

OSUMI YUKIE Silver Vase: Distant Sea, 2005, hammered silver with nunome-zogan (textile imprint inlay) decoration in lead and gold, 9 x 8

118 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Imaizumi Imaemon XIV Isezaki Jun

Ito Sekisui V Mizuno Mineo

Ohi Toshio Oshiyama Motoko

Osumi Yukie Tamagawa Norio

Tokuda Yasokichi III Tokuda Yasokichi IV

IMAIZUMI IMAEMON XIV Bowl with Snowflake Pattern, 2012, porcelain with iro-e polychrome enamel painting with light sumi and sumi-hajiki, 5.1 x 17.9

119


OPTION ART ADDRESS

STAFF

4216 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West Montreal QC H3Z 1K4 Canada 514.501.9440 / 888.527.8627 P www.option-art.ca info@option-art.ca

Barbara Silverberg, Director Philip Silverberg, Associate Director

STEVE HEINEMANN Tilted Blue, 2015, earthenware with multiple firings, 14 x 14 x 6

120 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Susan Collett Brad Copping Leopold L Foulem

Mathieu Grodet Steven Heinemann Janis Kerman

Mitch Mitchell Mel Munsen Toshio Ohi

Susan Rankin Shay Salehi Laurie Simard Breton

Cathy Strokowsky Eve K Tremblay Erin Wahed

SUSAN COLLETT Fleurry, 2015, handbuilt paper clay with multiple firings using oxides, slips, and glazes, 27 x 20 x 18

121


ORLEY SHABAHANG ADDRESS

STAFF

241 East 58th Street New York NY 10022 USA 212.421.5800 P / 212.421.5888 F www.orleyshabahang.com newyork@orleyshabahang.com

Bahram Shabahang, Artist and Owner Geoffrey Orley, Owner Mehran Irivani, President

223 East Silver Spring Drive Whitefish Bay WI 53217 USA 414.332.2486 P / 414.332.9121 F whitefishbay@orleyshabahang.com 326 Peruvian Ave #6 Palm Beach FL 33480 USA 561.655.3371 P / 561.655.0037 F palmbeach@orleyshabahang.com

BAHRAM SHABAHANG Labyrinth, 2015, hand knotted wool pile, 95 x 125

122 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Bahram Shabahang

BAHRAM SHABAHANG Granum, 2015, hand knotted wool pile, 120 x 170

123


PALETTE CONTEMPORARY ART AND CRAFT ADDRESS

STAFF

7400 Montgomery Boulevard NE Albuquerque NM 87109 USA 505.855.7777 P www.palettecontemporary.com art@palette.comcastbiz.net

Kurt Nelson Ariana Mancino Meg Nelson Oz Nelson Lukas Lucero

YUKAKO KOJIMA Layers Of Light-Moon #2, laminated sheet glass, 7.25 x 7.28 x 1.77

124 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

P茅ter Botos Emma Camden

K. Hyewook Huh Yukako Kojima

Zsuzsanna K贸r贸di V谩clav Kuzelka

Katie P. Masopust Aki Takemoto

Pavel Trnka Frantisek Vizner

PAVEL TRNKA Cosmic Touch, art glass, 3.14 x 3.14 x 3.14, photo: Eva Heyd

125


PHOS ART + DESIGN / SARAH MYERSCOUGH ADDRESS

STAFF

15-16 Brooks Mews / Mayfair London W1K 4DS England +44.2074950069 P www.phosartanddesign.com gallery@phosartanddesign.com

Sarah Myerscough, Director Freya Cooper Kiddie, Gallery Manager

MARC RICOURT, 2015, lime wood, 32 x 26 cm

126 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Thomas Bohle Anthony Bryant Friedemann Buehler

Christian Burchard Liam Flynn Ernst Gamperl

Malcolm Martin and Gaynor Dowling Philip Moulthrop

Jim Partridge and Liz Walmsley Michael Peterson

Marc Ricourt Nic Webb

FRIEDEMANN BUEHLER, 2015, oak wood, 34 x 35 x 40 cm

127


PISTACHIOS ADDRESS

STAFF

55 East Grand Avenue Chicago IL 60611 USA 312.595.9437 P / 312.595.9439 F www.pistachiosonline.com info@pistachiosonline.com

Yann Woolly, Gallery Director Kari Rinn, Special Events Viviana Langhoff, Manager Cherise Fleming, Associate Marna Motew, Associate Nora McCarthy, Associate Liz Macerak

CHRISTY KLUG Doodles, 2015, silver, graphite, white enamel, 18 x 1.25

128 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Emanuela Duca Pat Flynn

Elizabeth Garvin Karen Gilbert

So Won Joo Christy Klug

Tara Locklear Gudrun Meyer

Biba Schutz Kiwon Wang

TARA LOCKLEAR Urban Play, 2015, wood from recycled skateboard, sterling silver, enamel paint, 20 inches in diameter

129


PROJECTS+GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

4733 McPherson Avenue Saint Louis MO 63108 USA 314.696.8678 P www.projects-gallery.com info@projects-gallery.com

Susan Barrett, Owner Dorte Probstein, Director Kelly Peck, Curator Sarah Quattrocchi, Associate Margaret Sherer, Associate

FANTICH & YOUNG Apex Predator | Alpha Female, 2014, mixed media, 70 x 120 x 110 cm

130 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Fantich & Young Charlie Le Mindu Stephane Margolis Hideki Seo

STEPHANE MARGOLIS Wild Horses, 2015, mixed media, 70 x 30 cm, photo: Stephane Margolis and Adam Wilkinson, hair by Charlie Le Mindu

131


RICHARD NORTON GALLERY, LLC ADDRESS

STAFF

612 Merchandise Mart Plaza Chicago IL 60654 USA 312.644.8855 P / 312.644.8856 F www.richardnortongallery.com info@richardnortongallery.com

Richard P. Norton, Owner Susan Klein Bagdade, Director Brian Leahy, Gallery Manager

GEORGES MAURICE CLOUD Untitled (La Baigneuse), ca. 1948, gouache on paper, 10.25 x 7.5

132 / EXHIBITORS


GALLERY ARTISTS

Gertrude Abercrombie Ivan le Lorraine Albright Claude Bentley Aaron Bohrod Roger Brown

Francis Chapin Serge Chermayeff Georges Maurice Cloud Alexander Corazzo Werner Drewes

Hananiah Harari Harold Haydon Carl Robert Holty Richard Hunt Myoko Ito

George Josimovich Gyorgy Kepes Richard Koppe Ezio Martinelli Constantine Pougialis

William S. Schwartz Clyde Singer John Storrs R. Leroy Turner Clayton Whitehill

MARGUERITE HOHENBERG Chronological #255, ca. 1945, gouache on paper, 21 x 21

133


SCHANTZ GALLERIES CONTEMPORARY GLASS ADDRESS

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3 Elm Street Stockbridge MA 01262 USA 413.298.3044 P / 413.298.3275 F www.schantzgalleries.com contact@schantzgalleries.com

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