• 345,00 kr.

    “Josef Albers’ rigorous investigations into color have had a decisive effect on art in the twentieth century and beyond. His teaching posts at the Bauhaus, Black Mountain College and Yale enabled him to bequeath his theories to several generations of artists and designers, from Max Bill and Mark Rothko to Eva Hesse and Ray Johnson. Published for an exhibition at the Morgan library, and with an abundance of previously uncollected works, this volume unveils the full bounty of Albers’ works on paper: lithographs, linocuts, woodcuts, screenprints and etchings. Since the prints lack the just-visible brushwork of Albers’ paintings, allowing color to emerge without surface blemish, some have argued that they constitute a more effective illustration of his color theory”

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    Thames and Hudson Ltd, 2006. Large oversized very heavy oblong hardcover, with fine jacket. Text in English. 150 illustrations, 127 in color. Fine clean copy First edition thus A sumptuously produced introduction to the ideas and methods of one of the most influential artists and theorists of the twentieth century.…

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    Edited by Frederick A. Horowitz & Brenda Danilowitz. “Josef Albers: To Open Eyes: The Bauhaus, Black Mountain College, and Yale”. London and New York: Phaidon Press Limited, 2014 (2009 / 2006). Large oversizxed 4to in softcover with jacket. 288 pages, profusely illustrated. Light shelfwear to jacket else clean and overall…

  • 245,00 kr.

    The Danish Pavillion, The Venice Biennale 1988. Committee for International Art Exhibitions, 1988. Square small4to. Original colourillustrated wrappers. 79 pp. Illustrated in colour. Full text in both Italian and English. Fine copy Fine introduction to the works of Poul Gernes 1st edition.