$4 thrift-store vase sells for $107,100 at auction

It turns out the glass vessel is a rare example of a 1940s Venini piece designed by the architect Carlo Scarpa


Here’s the five-point formula for creating a successful art hub—and the greatest of these is love

An archive has opened on the Island of San Giorgio in Venice for Murano glass designs

In the Hamptons, a collaborative exhibition aims to move glass art into the market's mainstream by pairing it with blue-chip art

“Having that kind of cross-category [collaboration] between art and design helps to pull different types of buyers into the market,” says Eliza Ravelle-Chapuis, head of Sotheby’s East Hampton gallery


Clear winner: British glass-art star crosses the pond

Artist who won second series of Netflix Blown Away competition begins residency at Corning Museum of Glass in upstate New York

An exhibition shines a light on pathbreaking Indigenous glass artists

‘Clearly Indigenous’ at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture looks at the myriad ways Indigenous artists have re-imagined traditional imagery and techniques in the uniquely pliable material

Glass art about animals in the Chornobyl exclusion zone takes on new edge

Sibylle Peretti’s glass sculptures, on view in New York and Washington, focus on the wildlife around the Ukrainian nuclear plant that has been taken over by the Russian military

British Museum to restore glass artefacts shattered in Beirut explosion

Eight vessels from the Archaeological Museum of the American University of Beirut will undergo conservation thanks to €25,000 grant from Tefaf fund


Remembering Sam Herman, pioneering glass artist and teacher who also won recognition for his paintings and welded-steel sculptures

One of the first pupils of Harvey Littleton at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he brought the studio glass movement to Britain, and beyond, in the mid-1960s

Scientists say heat from Mount Vesuvius turned a victim’s brain into glass

The black glassy material was found inside the skull of a 25-year-old caretaker of an imperial building in Herculaneum, who was probably asleep at the time of the eruption

Glass artist Deborah Czeresko wants to elevate the role of women in the field

Following her triumph in the Netflix show Blown Away, the artist has a two-week residency at The Corning Museum of Glass

Venice rallies to save its ancient glass-blowing industry from Chinese competition

The Venice Glass Week is a city-wide collaboration between museums, commercial galleries and artisans of Murano


Stained glass, from a Romanesque nave to a Canadian airport

A comprehensive history, and catalogues for collections in the Metropolitan and the Victoria and Albert Museums

Art fairsarchive

Fifth annual artpalmbeach shows Florida as glass capital of the US

Collectors are buying for sun-drenched second homes

Art marketarchive

Diary of a US dealer: Douglas Heller. Crafting a market for contemporary glass

As the SOFA fair of contemporary decorative arts comes to New York, we talk to a leading dealer in the field

What's onarchive

What's on in London: Glass extravagance at Mallett's and Richard Green’s cabinet of Dutch delights

Also on show are Ewan Uglow’s precise drawings at Browse and Darby and the diverse talents of Underwood at the Redfern Gallery

Art marketarchive

Twentieth-century design sales in the US... Tiffany glass continues to climb

Twentieth-century decorative arts sales confirm prize prices for iconic furnishinings

Art marketarchive

Facture attracts: Sculpture, objects and functional art, Miami, 6 to 9 March.

Third biannual of strongly supported contemporary decorative arts


Facets of glassmaking

Two catalogues on the work of Powell and Sons of Whitefriars

Columns of glass at the V&A

New glass gallery to open early next year