Press Clippings and Exhibitions

Since 1993, when George opened his gallery, it has been featured in print and broadcast media, and George has been quoted as an expert on various categories of antiques and collecting. We have lent antiques to museum exhibitions, decorators show houses, and special events, and had images of them used as book illustrations. This section presents our media presence from 1993-2007.

For more press clippings and exhibitions from 2005 on as well as many earlier ones, visit our media and press archives here.

Magazine Profiles

Features and Interviews with George About the Gallery

From the gallery's opening in 1993, it has been featured in national, international and regional decorating, lifestyle and general interest magazines, and George has been quoted as an expert on various categories of antiques and collecting. We've assembled a collection of these articles on our web site, and you can read excerpts by following the links below or ones from 2000 on here.

New York Magazine cover

New York Magazine  (left) A 1996 feature on The New Dealers, the new generation of "quirky, cool antiques dealers" leads with a full-page photo and article on George. Read it here.

Country Living article 'The Globe Guy,' Elle Decor

Country Living  (far left) George talks about the history of American globes in Small Worlds: Collectors are responding to the universal appeal of globes, 1997. Read more.

Elle Decor  (near left) George was a featured entrepreneur in "The Globe Guy: Worlds of Difference," 1996. The writer notes, "The objects in George D. Glazer's Upper East Side gallery do not lack for personality, and neither does their keeper." Read more.

Dallas & Fort Worth Home Living  (right) George talks about collecting globes in Global Warming: Collectors are cozying up to the notion of gathering globes, March 1999. Read more.

Dallas Home Living Article - March 1999

Vanity Fair (near right) The opening of the George Glazer Gallery in 1994 was featured. Read more.

The Map Collector  (center right) George was interviewed in 1994. Read more.

Tuftonia  (far right) George's alma mater, Tufts University, profiled him in the alumni magazine. Read more.

Vanity Fair article The Map Collector page Tuftonia profile

TV & Radio Appearances

George has made a number of TV and radio appearances as an antiques expert on national shows such as Martha Stewart Living and the PBS antiques show Find! hosted by Leigh and Leslie Keno. See them all here.

Museum & Historical Exhibitions

George's expertise in the study of globes and globemaking has also been recognized by scholars and curators in cartography and decorative arts. He has loaned globes to museum exhibitions across the United States, including the Adler Planetarium and the Bruce Museum of Arts and Sciences, and has lectured on the history of American globes. See all the exhibitions since 1999 here.

Collecting, Decorating & Shopping Features

George Glazer and items from the gallery have been featured in major publications, including The New York Times, Forbes, Elle Decor and Architectural Digest. See all the features since 1999.

Detroit News Online Article
Scripps Howard News Service, "Antique globes, maps give worldly air to home decor," July 6, 1998.

Worth Magazine
Dean Robinson, "Extra Terrestrials: There's a whole world of globes out there," October 1994.

Prop Rental

Prop stylists and set designers borrow antiques from the Gallery for store window displays, television and film sets, and magazine photo shoots. Find out how to rent a prop here. And see our past prop rentals from 1999 to the present.

Special Events: Showhouses, Fairs & Galas

Interior designers have borrowed items from the Gallery for designer show houses and for gala events such as parties. The Gallery has also been featured by auction houses and participated in antique fairs and shows, and George has given talks at some of these events. See all the events.

Book Illustrations

Maps and celestials from the gallery have been reproduced in books about maps, interior decorating, and history, and licensed for reproduction on the covers of books of poetry and fiction. See them all here.