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Gene Koss

Exhibition review by Andrew Page in The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly ARTHUR ROGER GALLERYNEW ORLEANSJANUARY 9-APRIL 10, 2021 Toil (2019-2020), a monumental aluminum, steel, and glass construction that manages to be both elegantly gestural and impressive in scale, stood as the centerpiece of Gene Koss’s eponymously titled exhibition in New Orleans. The massive work, with its… 

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Professor Spotlight: Gene Koss

Mercedes Ohlen, Staff Reporter | The Tulane Hullabaloo Located in the Woldenberg Art Center, the Pace-Willson Glass Studio is home to Tulane’s world-class glass facilities which include a hotshop and a coldshop, as well as metalworking facilities. Working six days a week amongst the machines and instructing students is professor Gene Koss, a glass-sculpting legend and beloved Tulane professor. Koss… 

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Sculpting Glass

by ART E-WALK  A new show at Arthur Roger Gallery features two sculptors working with glass. Gene Koss and Stephen Paul Day have little else in common with the former related to the glass movement and the latter labeled as a post or metamodernist. However, categorizing their practice limits the impact of their idiosyncratic work revealed in the display of two massive sculptures complemented by a… 

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