American Studio Glass: 1960-1990
By Martha Drexler Lynn
Can art be fashioned out of glass, or do the utilitarian associations embedded within the medium preclude it from being considered an acceptable form? This volume explores the early history of the studio glass movement and the clash of ambitions and power that marked the relationship between the worlds of so-called crafts and high art, and catalogs this evolution with vivid photographs and a comprehensive interpretation.
- 168 pages; hardcover.
- Published in 2004 by Hudson Hills Press.