You can go anywhere - Josef & Anni Albers Foundation at 50
|Author||Detaille & Van Roij|
|Publisher||Josef and Anni Albers Foundation|
This 50th anniversary box set contains an extensive series of essays written by staff and collaborators who have contributed to the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation’s work. Josef Albers (1888–1976) was a German-born artist and educator who taught at both the Bauhaus and Black Mountain College. The collection reveals the broad scope of how the foundation has carried on the couple’s legacy over the years. Also featured are the non-profit’s many donations to international museums, including rarely shown artworks. With contributions by architects Manuel Herz and Toshiko Mori, designers Paul Smith and Christopher Farr, and many more, plus archival material and art.
|450 p, ills colour & bw, 26 x 25 cm, pb, English|