Organized by Jutta-Annette Page. Foreword by Don Bacigalupi. Essays
by Stefano Carboni, Sidney M. Goldstein, Sandra E. Knudsen, Martha
Drexler Lynn, Jutta-Annette Page, and Arlene Palmer, with contributions
by Ellenor Alcorn
© 2006 Toledo Museum of Art, in association with D. Giles Limited,
240 pages, 9 x 10 in. (280 x 255 mm), 150 color plates;
ISBN 1-904832-23-7 (cloth)
Published on the occasion of the opening of the Glass Pavilion at the Toledo Museum of Art, designed by Kuzuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA Limited (Tokyo), this major new survey introduces the remarkable art of glass from the ancient world to the present day. Following the example of its founder, glass industrialist Edward Drummond Libbey, the Toledo Museum of Art has since its beginnings consciously collected outstanding examples of the glassmaker's art. Today the Museum is renowned worldwide for the quality and scope of its glass collection. This book is richly illustrated with color plates of 100 key masterpieces from the Museum's famous collection, accompanied by thought-provoking texts by leading writers in the field. A must for anyone interested in glass, art,
history, or the interconnections of culture, technology, and fine art.
Jutta-Annette Page is curator of glass at the Toledo Museum of Art.