New on View: Experiments in Color: Selections from Josef Albers’s Portfolios« Back to Events
October 12th is the first day to view the exhibition Experiments in Color: Selections from Josef Albers’s Portfolios.
Gathered in part from the Asheville Art Museum’s Permanent Collection, this exhibition presents a selection of prints by German-born artist and educator Josef Albers (1888 – 1976) from the portfolios Interaction of Color, 1963, and Formulation: Articulation, 1972. As an artist, Albers is best known for painting and printmaking, his Homage to the Square series, and other masterpieces of geometric abstraction. Starting out as a schoolteacher in his native Bottrop, Albers enjoyed a nearly 50-year career in teaching at schools such as Bauhaus at Weimar and Dessau, Black Mountain College and Yale University. Continue reading…
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