traditonal crafts

Murano glassware was historically decorated with opulent rubies and gold and fanciful forms in vibrant colours. He hired freelance designers like Martinuzzi and Fulvio Bianconi regularly. Gio Ponti from 1927, Carlo Scarpa from 1932, Eugene Berman from 1951, Ken Scott from 1951, Franco Albini from 1954, and Massimo Vignelli from 1956 were the designers he commissioned.Read More →

Teruo Yamada Japanese Glassware

His work was shown at 1980 โ€˜Japan Traditional Crafts Exhibition,โ€™ Tokyo; 1981 and 1990 โ€˜Glass in Japan,โ€™ Tokyo; 1985 โ€˜New Glass in Japan,โ€™ Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe; 1987 โ€˜The Art of Contemporary Japanese Studio Glass,โ€™ Heller Gallery, New York; 1991 (V) Triennale of the Japan Glass Art Crafts Association, Heller Gallery.Read More →