Daniel Clayman’s Circular Object One from his series “White Light” is being exhibited at the Corning Museum and currently included in the inaugural exhibition of the new wing at the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York. Opens March 20th this weekend.

The new wing was designed by architect Thomas Phifer and Partners, the 100,000-square-foot Contemporary Art + Design Wing includes a new 26,000-square-foot contemporary art gallery building, the largest space anywhere dedicated to the presentation of contemporary art in glass. Adjacent to this new gallery is a renovated historic glass factory ventilator building that contains one of the world’s largest facilities for glassblowing demonstrations and live glass design sessions, with 500 seats.

The new wing links three generations of glass architecture spanning 60 years. The ten-acre campus currently features a collection of buildings designed by Harrison & Abramowitz (1951), Gunnar Birkerts (1980), Smith-Miller + Hawkinson (2001), and Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (2001).

Daniel Clayman will have 2 more sculptures from his series “White Light:” Aperture and Suspended Channel which will be on display during Habatat Galleries 43rd Annual International Glass Invitational. The oldest and largest annual studio glass exhibition in the world hosted by Habatat Galleries in Royal Oak, Michigan. Opens to the public April 25th at 8:00pm.