Surveying works in all media, Josef Albers: Minimum Media, Maximum Effect offers a new comprehensive monograph of Josef Albers (1888-1976) focusing on the artist's abiding concern for clarity and simplicity. As the title suggests, Albers strove to attain the maximum effect with minimal media. This selection of works demonstrates the continuity of Albers' austere and luminous vision, as it permeated his teaching, furniture and design objects, photography, typographical design and his writings, from his early years as a schoolteacher in Germany and the Bauhaus years to the end of his artistic and teaching career at Yale. His prolific artistic output ranged from furniture design and figurative line drawing to engraving and painting, including his renowned Homage to the Square. This substantial, 362-page survey is exhilarating in its scope, encompassing some 170 works, archival documents such as Albers' notes and journals, and dozens of essays and scholarly discourses on art, pedagogy and philosophy. This carefully designed volume illuminates Albers' artistry and teachings and allows the reader to appreciate the incredible technical skill and the clarity of vision behind his apparently simple works.
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Description du livre Fundacion Juan March, Madrid, 2014. Cloth. État : New. 379 pages. Hardcover exhibition catalogue, bound in printed board covers and issued without a dustjacket. Text in English. Illustrated. Still in the publisher's shrinkwrap, so the binding is tight, the edges and corners sharp, and interior clean and unmarked. Published on the occasion of the exhibition held from March 28-July 6, 2014. Surveying works in all media by the artist. N° de réf. du libraire 020273
Description du livre La Fábrica/Fundación Juan March, 2014. Hardcover. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 8415691742