Solid, translucent, fragile, kinetic, delicate, cold, sensuous, enigmatic, ‘prismatic’, architectural, optical… The list of adjectives used to describe the shapes glass can take on, and its qualities, goes on and on. Contemporary glass is so much more than the continuation of a tradition, but only if you know how to look at it, listen to it and comprehend it. Contemporary glass requires you to look beyond, to look deeper. This requirement is the very essence of this material, both in terms of its finality and its creation. Glass: CACO3 (Italy), Gyorgy Gaspar (Hungary), Martin Hlubucek (Czech Republic), Zsuzsanna Korodi (Hungary), Lucie Korenska-Svitorkova (Czech Republic), Karin Morch (Denmark) Hozan Zangana (The Netherlands). Drawing: Stefano Alaimo (France), Michel Nobels (Belgium). Bronze: Annick Renaud (France).
Founded : 1980
Cologne Fine Art, PAD London, La Biennale Paris, Start - Strasbourg Art Fair, PAD Paris, SOFA Chicago, Art Basel