A major exhibition of Dale Chihuly‘s work debuts this evening at Litvak Gallery in Tel Aviv. The artist has made the trip to Israel to attend the opening of this retrospective show that includes his installations, Seaforms, Persians, Macchia, Jerusalem Cylinders, Venetians, Picollo Venetians, Ikebana and Baskets, as well as drawings, all of which will be displayed in the museum-like setting of this unusual commercial gallery. According to an exhibition essay by Barbara Rose: “His [Chihuly's] 2010 show at the Litvak Gallery in Tel Aviv is the result of a dialogue with the gallerist, Muly Litvak, which picked up, among other themes, the narrative of Chihuly’s longstanding relationship with Israel.” Continue reading
Daily Archives: December 16, 2010
GLASS Quarterly Hot Sheet: What are you working on?
Paula Hayes: I’m currently working on a show for the Wexner Art Center which opens September 2011. I’m also working on my show at the Tang Museum which is a series of dinners over the course of a year. All the dinners are on hand-made glass, ceramic, and hand-silk-screened linens: dinnerware. (Deborah Czeresko made the plates and glasses for me.) My installation at the Museum of Modern Art, “Nocturne of the Limus Maximus,” is up until February 28th, 2011, and I maintain the plantings for the duration of the show. Jim Mongrain blew the terrarium in the center of the vertical piece. I’m also developing my “Paula Hayes Domestic” and “Paula Hayes Outside” lines which are accessible products for living with organic forms in daily life. There are some other exciting things in the pipelines but too early to say yet!! Continue reading