Yorgos Glass


The works produced from Yorgos Glass express the built-in paradoxes of glass: commonplace and extraordinary, visible and invisible, dangerous and strong. Using a technique he pioneered at the Royal College of Art, Yorgos Papadopoulos breaks colored and textured sheets of industrial glass and then re-laminates them to make architectural-scale artworks that look fragile but are extremely durable. The resulting panels combine refinement with rawness, spontaneity with control.