New Glass Review 41

The Corning Museum of Glass

Congratulations to the artists selected for New Glass Review 41, which includes work by Bullseye artists Vanessa Cutler, Dorie Guthrie, Saman Kalantari, Marzena Krzemińska-Baluch, Kathryn Wightman, and Jeff Zimmer.


The publication also announced the following acquisitions of work by Bullseye artists:


Joseph Harrington, St. Helens II | Chrysler Museum of Art

Dafna Kaffeman, Tactual Stimulation (Light Peach Cream) | Chrysler Museum of Art

Sibylle Peretti, Mississippi Banks | Toledo Museum of Art

Jade Tapson, Motif | National Glass Centre

Sylvie Vandenhoucke, Constellation III | National Glass Centre


New Glass Review, a flagship publication of The Corning Museum of Glass, is an international survey of contemporary glass. Launched in 1979, New Glass Review has served as an annual benchmark for contemporary glass, documenting the innovation, dexterity, and creativity of artists, designers, and architects working in this challenging material.




Vanessa Cutler

Return to Analogue

flameworked glass, light

1,200 x 1,200 x 4 cm

Photo: Simon Bruntnell


Dorie Guthrie

Plate People 6

fused, blown, flameworked, and enameled glass; string

58.4 x 71.1 x 8.9 cm

Photo: Martyna Szczęsna


Joseph Harrington

St. Helens II

kiln-cast glass; lost ice process with salt erosion

32.8 x 108 x 8.9 cm

Photo: Sylvain Deleu


Dafna Kaffeman

Tactual Stimulation (Light Peach Cream)

flameworked glass filaments; silicone core

18.4 x 22.9 x 22.9 cm

Photo: Bullseye Glass Co.


Saman Kalantari

Still Life on Basalt Gray and Egg Yellow

pâte de verre; mixed media, found object, pigment

Dimensions vary

Photo: Saman Kalantari


Marzena Krzemińska-Baluch


slumped glass

170 x 80 x 70 cm

Photo: Alicja Kielan


Sibylle Peretti

Mississippi Banks

glass; mixed media

177.8 x 228.6 x 1.3 cm

Photo: Mike Smith


Jade Tapson


screen-printed and fused glass

81 x 81 cm

Photo: David Williams


Sylvie Vandenhoucke

Constellation III

pâte de verre

46 x 46 x 4 cm

Photo: MUTED ed.


Kathryn Wightman


powdered glass, screenprinted and kilnformed; mirror

54 x 110 x 0.6 cm

Photo: Tracey Grant


Jeff Zimmer

Future Queer Archaeology

kilnformed glass

dimensions vary

Photo: Angus Mackay

October 1, 2020