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Czechoslovakian Web resources
Czech Collectors Association
Dedicated to Austrian, Bohemian, and Czechoslovakian Decorative Arts
Czech Glass Society
The Tradition of the Avant-Garde: Bohemian Glass 1820-1935
Exhibition at The Corning Museum of Glass, May 19, 2005 to October 30, 2005. The Tradition of the Avant-Garde traces the development of Modernism in Czech glass, looking at 19th- and early-20th-century glass made in the region known as “Bohemia” (now part of the Czech Republic).
Design in an Age of Adversity: Czech Glass, 1945-1980
Exhibition at The Corning Museum of Glass, June 15, 2005 to November 27, 2005. The exhibition featured a wide array of dazzling objects, including tour de force sculptures, that shed light on the innovations of Czech designers and artists who, working in the wake of World War II and under Communist rule, invented new ways of painting and creating sculptural forms in glass.
also listed in Periodicals, in a variety of Languages including Czech and English.
Glass Behind the Iron Curtain: Czech Design, 1948-1978
This interview was conducted in December 2001 in preparation for the opening of the 2002 summer exhibition at The Corning Museum of Glass: Glass Behind the Iron Curtain: Czech Design, 1948-1978. From the Corning Museum of Glass website.
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