Only 19 more days until this portrait draws attention in the new Contemporary Art + Design Wing. Double Face, Ann (Warff) Wolff, Berlin, Germany, 1999. 2004.3.11.
The newly-acquired inlay portrait of the pharaoh Akhenaten is now paired with the sculptural portrait of Akhenaten’s great grandfather, Amenhotep II, in the Glass Collection Galleries at the Museum. Ruling during significant periods in Egyptian glassmaking history, the pharaohs reigned … Read more →
Erwin Eisch (German, b. 1927) uses color to represent psychological complexity and depth. Colorless glass, on the other hand, is used to represent blankness, an absence of emotion, conformity. In Self-Portrait from the Outside, Eisch gives us his impression of … Read more →