Tuesday April 11, 2017 | by Andrew Page

Summer issue of GLASS Quarterly will again include bonus of latest edition of New Glass Review

As a special bonus, current subscribers to GLASS: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly will once again receive the latest version of The Corning Museum of Glass's annual exhibition in print of notable new work for no extra charge. Overseen for the first time by Corning's new curator of modern glass, Susie Silbert, New Glass Review 38 will identify the 100 most important new works in glass from over 1,000 submissions from around the world. Subscriber copies will arrive in mailboxes on June 1st, 2017, poly-bagged with the extra bonus of the beautifully printed 2017 edition of New Glass Review. Newsstand copies will also include the extra bonus issue, but the retail cover price will be higher than the typical $11/copy. Subscribers, who already enjoy a discount off the cover price, pay nothing extra to receive this definitive publication that has successfully picked some of the most important new artists to emerge in its nearly two-decade run.

The upcoming Summer 2017 edition of GLASS (#147) will feature in-depth articles on neon, the exquisite works of Steffen Dam, the second chapter of the year-long series celebrating the 40th-anniversary of UrbanGlass, and the secrets of Tiffany's little-known glass mosaics. On the cover of New Glass Review 38 is a work by the 2016 Rakow Commission-winning artist Thaddeus Wolfe.

Subscribe to the recently redesigned GLASS magazine for only $31/year and receive the latest New Glass Review as a special bonus.

GLASS: The UrbanGlass Quarterly, a glossy art magazine published four times a year by UrbanGlass has provided a critical context to the most important artwork being done in the medium of glass for 35 years.