Sculpture and Contemporary Art Glass

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Klasema Collection of Modern Art

Stumbling upon the Klasema Art Collection is like stumbling upon a treasure trove, an encyclopedia of modernist art. All abstract and predominately geometric in nature - the collection as a whole is fascinating and inspiring in its vision while remaining accessible and educational in its overall approach.
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Dennis Zanone's Collection

Memphis Milano: The Dennis Zanone Collection

Unfamiliar pairings of materials, vivid pattern with borrowed and reissued design esthetics Ettore Sottsass set out to redefine what was thought of as "Popular Design" by going against everything that was popular at the time (1981-1988). Dennis Zanone of Memphis, Tennessee shares his love and passion for the now dismantled movement and let's us peer into his home and world-class collection.
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Ethan Stern

Conceptually, Ethan Stern calls into question how we perceive and interact with the qualities of form, texture and light. His answer to that call involves combining the three and presenting us with these expressive translations in glass.
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Invisible Designers

As Americans have no true lineage in glass, we had to learn first through trial and error. Then we pushed forward by absorbing the techniques and approaches from other countries long-standing glass traditions, such as the Czech Republic, Italy, German, and England.
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The Wire Chair

Sturdy, architectural, near limitless possibilities in design - explore the concept of the wire chair from its mid 20th century mass-production to its future conceptual designs. The chair has captured the imagination of engineering minds throughout time - here we take a brief tour of where this object made entirely out of metal wire gained popularity, their present and their future.
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Matthew Cummings

Matthew Cummings

Matthew Cummings is an artist producing contemporary artwork about the way we see the world around us and more specifically, how we fabricate systems to understand it.
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