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Robert Lehman Gallery

UrbanGlass,founded in 1977, is an international center for new art made from glass. Programs include a comprehensively equipped open-access glassworking facility, the Robert Lehman Gallery, the Atelier program that collaborates with architects, designers and artists wishing to use glass in their work, GLASS: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly, Visiting Artist Fellowships, an education program and The Bead Project.

Brooklyn

United States
Address:
647 Fulton Street Third Floor
11217
Phone: +1 (718) 625.3685
Fax: +1 (718) 625.3889
Website: www.urbanglass.org


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Artists Represented

Deborah Faye Adler, Moshe Bursuker, Virginia Griswold, Jason Minami, Andrew Newbold, Trinh Nguyen, Erica Rosenfeld, Eric Rubinstein, Noriko Tsuji


Current Exhibitions

Trinh H. Nguyen, "Ways and Means," October 5-December 23, 2007


Forthcoming Exhibitions

2008 MFA Exhibition, January 25-March 21; David Taborn, April 11-June 6, 2008; Jason Minami, June 20-August 22, 2008.


Previous Exhibitions

Andrew Newbold, "Object and Atmosphere," July 20-September 23, 2007


Art Fairs

SOFA New York 2008
SOFA Chicago 2008


Location And Getting There

647 Fulton Street, entrance at 57 Rockwell Place between Fulton and DeKalb, Brooklyn, NY. Easily accessible by subway: B,Q,R or M to DeKalb, 1,2,4,5 to Nevins Street.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Dawn Bennett, Executive Director; Becki Melchione, Associate Director


Opening Times

Monday-Sunday: 10am to 6pm