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Josef Albers at David Zwirner

Grey Steps, Grey Scales, Grey Ladders

Grey scales are missing from modern day life. All is either balck or white, and no one knows what grey steps even look like anymore. 46 more words

Art

J. Albers: Interaction of Color

While visiting the Lenbachhaus I was dazzled by the colour combinations of Expressionists. I decided to buy a book called the Interaction of Color by Josef Albers in their book store to get a better understanding of colour usage. 238 more words

Resources

Leading Retirement Solutions President Joins Seattle University Extraordinary Leaders Forum

Leading Retirement Solutions prides itself on being an industry leader, and therefore our team is continually learning how to grow as leaders in today’s evolving business world. 286 more words

Leading Retirement Solutions

Anni Albers

She chose her own way and always has made her art in the shadow of her husband…Josef Albers. When you first see her work, her works are far more complex than those of Josef Albers, but where Josef uses the square and rectangle as his main subjects, Anni choses more complex patterns. 103 more words

Art

Jesus Rafael Soto and the Josef Albers Museum

A few years ago we went to the Josef Albers Museum in Bottrop. An excellent museum with a small museum shop. Small but with a very interesting inventory. 264 more words

Art

Josef ALBERS: The Magic and Logic of Color

Josef Albers (1888 – 1976) was a German-born American artist and educator whose work, both in Europe and in the United States, formed the basis of some of the most influential and far-reaching art education programs of the twentieth century. 106 more words

Prints

Happy birthday Josef Albers!

Did you know that Josef Albers produced more than a thousand works in his series ‘Homage to the Square’?

He begun working on his squares in 1949 and continued until his death in 1976. 90 more words