Exhibitions and Media
Talking Out Your Glass Pod Cast - Season 5 Episode 6
Bay Area artist Tali Grinshpan seeks to create intimate spaces of reflection where the past speaks to the transient present. In 2019, Grinshpan exhibited work in a solo show at Bullseye Bay Area Gallery in collaboration with Montague Gallery. Titled Longing for the (Home)Land כיסופים למולדת, multi-generational stories of immigration were told via delicate pâte de verre forms that recall curling flower petals or silky folds of fabric.
Eretz Israel Museum: The Tel Aviv Crafts and Design Biennale 2020
March 26, 2020 - February 27, 2021
In 2020, MUSA, the Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, will exhibit the first Tel Aviv Crafts and Design Biennale, which will draw a picture of the current scene in the various fields of crafts and design, with special emphasis on ceramics, glass, jewelry-making, textile and paper. The biennale is the natural result of the museum's longtime interest in local material culture.
Pittsburgh Glass Center: The United
October 2, 2020 - January 24, 2021
“The United” examines the incredibly complicated topic of immigration in a time when immigration systems are in crisis — affecting many of us closely, as members of diverse communities, as descendants of immigrants, or as immigrants ourselves. The exhibition with artwork from 12 artists from Belgium, Northern Ireland, Russia and the US explores the possibilities for proactive engagement with immigration issues, reconfiguring the status and function of art from passivity to active agency.
Grand Rapids Art Museum: A New State of Matter - Contemporary Glass
January 25, 2020 – October 5, 2020
Glass has been called a new state of matter because it is not purely a liquid, solid, or gas. Glass can transition from a liquid to a solid over a wide temperature range, causing it to be nicknamed “chameleon matter”. This quality makes it an ideal medium for a wide array of processes including blowing, kiln-forming, casting, and flame-working.
Abrams Claghorn Gallery: PARTICLES
February 1 – February 29, 2020
Curated by Tali Grinshpan, this exhibition features work by contemporary artists who are using mainly glass particles in their work (glass powders and frits) in innovative ways. Their artworks also connect to broader cultural, environmental, political, and spiritual themes.
Longing for the (Home)land: Solo Exhibition at Bullseye Resource Center Bay Area
July 30 - November 16, 2019
Bullseye Bay Area Gallery presents Longing for the (Home)Land, a solo exhibition of work by Tali Grinshpan that reflects on multi-generational stories of immigration.
Imagine Museum: PIVOT
July 11 – December 22, 2019
The aim of the exhibition is to display works of art which reveal a “Pivotal” moment in the artist career path, process, and/or artistic direction. Work that represents a bold, new path of expression by the artist and communicates this shift in a visual exchange between artist and viewer.
Greater Denton Arts Council: Materials Hard + Soft
February 1, 2019 - May 4, 2019
The Greater Denton Arts Council proudly presents the 33rd annual Materials: Hard + Soft International Contemporary Craft Competition and Exhibition. Recognized as one of the premier craft exhibitions in the country, Materials: Hard + Soft began in 1987 and was originally initiated by area artist Georgia Leach Gough. The exhibition celebrates the evolving field of contemporary craft and the remarkable creativity and innovation of artists who push the boundaries of their chosen media. Since 2017, the exhibition has expanded to include works by international artists.
Montague Gallery: Survey Bay Area
March 1 - April 13, 2019
Group Show featuring Key Contributors to the San Francisco Bay Area Studio glass movement from glass pioneers to emerging artists. The Gallery will take place at the Montague Gallery near Union Square in San Francisco.
Boise Art Museum: A New State of Matter - Contemporary Glass
November 3, 2018 - February 3, 2019
Glass has been called a new state of matter because it does not fit squarely within the definition of a liquid, solid, or gas. Its amorphous molecular structure allows it to transition from a liquid to a solid over a wide temperature range, causing it to be nicknamed chameleon matter.
Montague Gallery: New Voices - Emerging Artists In Glass
April 19, 2018 - June 16, 2018
Group Show featuring Key Contributors to the San Francisco Bay Area emerging artists. The Gallery will take place at the Montague Gallery near Union Square in San Francisco.
Workhouse Arts Center: Glass National 2018
October 27, 2018 - January 13, 2019
The Workhouse Arts Center is proud to announce its 3rd Annual Glass National exhibition. Glass National is a juried exhibition which promotes and displays the breadth of contemporary glass artwork being created throughout the USA and Canada by highlighting both functional and sculptural works. This year’s juror is artist and educator Carmen Lozar, director of the Merwin and Wakeley Galleries at Illinois Wesleyan University.
Corning Museum of Glass Blog: New Glass Review(ed): Memories from 4 decades May, 2018
For almost 40 years, The Corning Museum of Glass has published the highly-regarded periodical New Glass Review (NGR), a showcase of 100 artworks by 100 artists. Most recently, New Glass Review has been curated by Susie Silbert, curator of modern and contemporary glass at the Museum, and a group of her peers.
First Prize Winner - The Glass Prize 2017 (Bullseye Glass Artists Category):
The Glass Prize is run by Warm Glass UK each year to inspire innovation in kiln formed glass and to encourage Glass Artists throughout the world to share their work and express their passion.
Of Innocence and Experience: Solo Exhibition at Abrams Claghorn Gallery
February 3 - 28, 2017
For her solo show, Of Innocence and Experience, Tali utilizes an interesting technique to achieve the paper-like qualities in her glass artworks. This body of work was created using a method called pâte de verre or paste of glass. To begin this method of kiln casting, the artist creates a model of the final artwork out of clay, wax or other materials. Next, a mold is made from the model using plaster and silica.