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Josef Albers

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Josef Albers was born in Germany in 1888 (Bottrop, Westphalia). He was a teacher from 1908 to 1913. Then he followed art studies. He went to the Beaux Arts royal Academy of Berlin, the Kunstgewerbeschule in Essen, the Beaux arts Academy of Berlin, then, from 1920 to 1923, the Bauhaus of Weirmar. In 1923 and for ten years, after he was a companion, Albers became master in the Bauhaus atelier of . . .

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Screenprint poster de Albers Josef : Olympics games of Munich
Olympics games of...
1972 Original poster, signed in the plate, realized for the Olympics games of Munich and printed in screenprint. Olympia GmbH Ed., München. Danilowitz n° 213
Original signed lithograph de Albers Josef : White Line Squares
White Line Squares
1966 Original lithograph, signed and dated in pencil by the artist, extracted from the portfolio "White Line Squares (Series I)". Editions Gemini G.E.L.,... Danilowitz n° 171.2
Original signed screenprint de Albers Josef : Variant X from Ten variants
Variant X from Ten...
1967 Original screenprint, extracted from the portfolio "Ten variants", signed with its monogram "A. 67" in pencil by the artist. Ives-Sillman Inc.... Danilowitz n°173.9
Original signed screenprint de Albers Josef : Slade + Sky
Slade + Sky
1964 Original screenprint, signed, dated and titled in pencil by the artist. Ives-Sillman Ed., New York. This print was realized for a special issue of... B. Danilowitz n°159
Book de Albers Josef : Formulation - Articulation
Formulation -...
1972 Two portofolio with 127 screenprints (121 in colors) by Josef Albers, preface signed in ink by the artist. Harry N. Abrams Publisher and Ives... "The prints of J. Albers" by Brenda Danilovitz, Hudson Hills Press, NY
Screenprint de Albers Josef : Homage squared II
Homage squared II
1964 Original screenprint, signed in pencil Danilowitz, Fox Weber n°160-8
Screenprint de Albers Josef : Homage squared I
Homage squared I
1964 Original screenprint, signed in pencil. Danilowitz, Fox Weber n°160-7

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)
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Bibliographic track & more

To read about the artist :
  • « Albers, Josef », André Swertz, Jean Arp, Galerie Denise René, Paris, 1957
  • « Josef Albers » Katherine Kuh, Ed. Harper & Row, New York, 1962
  • « White Line Squares », County Mus.of Art and Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, 1966
  • « Three lectures by J. Albers », Trinity College Press, Hartford, 1969
  • « Josef Albers », Eugen Gomringer, Ed. Dessain et Tolra, Paris, 1972
  • « Albers. Despite straight lines », François Bacher, Mit Press, 1977
  • « The Life and Art of J. Albers », I. L. Finkelstein, U.M.I., Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1979
  • « Josef Albers », Stadt Bottrop, Josef Albers Museum, Bottrop, 1983
  • « Nouvelle lecture des carrés de J. Albers », Jan Baetens, P.O.L., Paris, 2000
  • « Squares and others shapes », J. Albers, Phaidon Press, 2017
To read from the artist :
  • « Interview with Josef Albers », Sevim Fesci, 1968
  • « L'Interaction des couleurs », Ed. Hachette, Paris, 1974, Ed. Hazan, 2013
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Mouvements de l'art

  • + BAUHAUS / 1919-1933 / Lyonel Feininger, Johannes Itten, Vassili Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Gerhard Marcks, Georg Muche, Oskar Schlemmer, etc.
  • + OPTICAL ART / 1955-1968 / Nicolas Schöffer (cybernetic art), Larry Poons, Bridget Riley, etc.
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