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Josef + Anni Albers Foundation  albersfoundation.org

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The exhibition “Josef and Anni and Ruth and Ray” presents work that Anni and Josef Albers, Ruth Asawa, and Ray Johnson did while they were all at Black Mountain College, each working in her or his singular way but with a related playfulness and love of experimentation. Nicholas Fox Weber, who knew three of the four artists, is leading a guided tour on October 28, at 11 AM. RSVP to Hannah Chinn at hchinn@davidzwirner.com.
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Josef Albers teaching at Black Mountain College, ca. 1948. Photographer unknown. #blackmountaincollege #josefandanniandruthandray #annialbers #josefalbers #ruthasawa #rayjohnson #nicholasfoxweber @davidzwirner @bmcmuseum @rayjohnsonestate

“Anni Albers: Notebook 1970–1980” is a beautiful facsimile showing the pencil drawings the artist made for prints. Her visual thinking—so original, and rational and playful at the same time—comes to life in these pages. For details and to preorder, see the link in our bio. #annialbers #annialbersnotebook #touchingvision #davidzwirnerbooks @davidzwirner @davidzwirnerbooks @museoguggenheim

We are thrilled to announce the major monographic exhibition “Anni Albers: Touching Vision” is now on view at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. The exhibition brings together more than twenty of Albers’s weavings and wallhangings, as well as textile samples, yard materials, prints, jewelry, and drawings from over the course of her 60+ year career. Paying special attention to the connections between different periods and series, and emphasizing recurrent motifs and ideas in contrast with experimental creations, the exhibition reflects the strength of an artist whose thinking, humane and essential, had a direct influence on her time as well as on future generations of artists. We are grateful to our partners at the Guggenheim Bilbao and will be posting more images soon. In the meantime, here is “Sheep May Safely Graze” from 1958. The weaving’s metallic blue threads reflect the light in a surprising way, emphasizing the complex yet delicate structure of warp and weft. On view through January 14.
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Take a peek at our Stories to catch some moments from last week’s installation process.
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Anni Albers, “Sheep May Safely Graze,” 1958, cotton and synthetic fiber. Collection Museum of Arts and Design, New York © 2017 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/ARS, NY @museoguggenheim #annialbers #weaving #bilbao #touchingvision #tocarlavista

This beautiful vignette comes from the Kolumba Kunstmuseum in Cologne, where Josef Albers’s “Homage to the Square,” 1962, is on view in the exhibition “Pas de deux: Römisch Germanisches Kolumba,” celebrating the museum’s tenth anniversary. Taking the title from classical ballet (the “step of two”), the show considers themes such as time and space, preciousness and transcendence, and the back-and-forth between ancient, medieval, and the present. On view through August 2018.

Josef Albers, “Homage to the Square,” 1962, oil on masonite. Collection Kolumba Kunstmuseum des Erzbistums Köln. © 2017 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/ARS, NY #josefalbers #homagetothesquare #interactionofcolor @kolumba_artmuseum

Josef Albers was inspired by the colorful show of fall foliage at Black Mountain College near Asheville, North Carolina. He integrated the leaves into his teaching: “Collected in all varieties, in all possible shades of color—in large numbers for an easy exchange between students—they are both exciting to see and most stimulating to work with in free studies.” This leaf study by Albers is in the exhibition “Josef and Anni and Ruth and Ray,” which explores the aesthetic and personal dialogue between Josef Albers, Anni Albers, Ruth Asawa, and Ray Johnson, all of whom were at Black Mountain College in the late 1940s. On view at David Zwirner Gallery, 34 East 69th Street, New York, through October 28.
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Josef Albers, Leaf Study III, ca. 1940, leaves, colored paper, adhesive. © 2017 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/ARS, NY #josefalbers #interactionofcolor #blackmountaincollege @davidzwirner

Copies of Anni Albers’s “On Weaving” looked at home in the Vitra Pop-Up during our Tuesday design conversation and book launch. Vitra and Artek's annual Sample Sale will take place this weekend opposite the Whitney Museum at 100 Gansevoort Street, September 23 to 25, 11am to 5pm. @vitra #vitra #artekglobal

We were overjoyed by the turnout for our Anni Albers “On Weaving” book launch and design conversation on Tuesday. Thank you to our incredible panelists Glenn Adamson, Christina Kim, and Billie Tsien for their insightful words and warm conversation. To Michelle Komie and the amazing team at Princeton University Press, we cannot thank you enough for your collaboration and the gorgeous book everyone is holding in hand. To our friends at Vitra Pop-Up, Adrian Parra and Celine Classen, we are beyond grateful for your generosity of spirit and indefatigable energy. And to our engaged and enthusiastic audience: we are humbled by the many individual stories of how Anni Albers continues to inspire you. This is an exciting time for all of us—thank you.
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Today is the day!! Join us tonight to celebrate the release of the new and expanded edition of Anni Albers's book "On Weaving." Party and music begins at 7:30pm at Vitra Pop-Up.
Also please follow along all day as we take over @princetonupress Instagram Stories during the setup and later on during the event.
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Anni Albers, Detail of untitled tapestry, 1950 cotton and bast. Crystal Bridges Museum of Art. © 2017 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/ARS, NY #annialbers #onweaving #albersfoundation #weaving #textiles #blackmountaincollege #handwoven #architecture @princetonupress @vitra @artekglobal

Here’s a sneak peek of the new edition of Anni Albers’s “On Weaving,” out this September from Princeton University Press. We hope to see many of you at the reception for our book launch tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at 7:30 pm at Vitra Pop-Up (across from the Whitney), 100 Gansevoort Street. Advance copies of the book will be for sale during the event and staff from the Albers Foundation will be on hand to answer questions. We are also excited to welcome musicians Rhys Ziemba and Liz LoPiccolo of Luscious Skin, who will be performing. Hope to see you there!
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It's an exciting time at the Albers Foundation! In addition to the release of the new and expanded edition of Anni Albers's book "On Weaving," the coming year brings a crop of major Albers shows in Europe and New York including "Anni Albers: Touching Vision," opening October 6 at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and "Josef Albers in Mexico," opening November 3 at New York’s Guggenheim. In today's issue of the Wall Street Journal Magazine, Carol Kino writes about about the history and work of the Foundation and how Josef and Anni's work and teachings continue to influence generations of artists. 
Read the full story in print or online via the link in our bio.
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Pictured are two paintings on display in the Foundation's gallery: "Study for Homage to the Square" from 1964 (left) and "Tenayuca I" from 1942 (right). © 2017 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/ARS, NY #josefalbers #annialbers #albersfoundation @therealcarolkino @wsjmag #wsjmagazine @museoguggenheim @guggenheim

Josef Albers made “Gate” in 1936 at Black Mountain College, three years after he and Anni left the Bauhaus and their homeland Germany due to pressure from the Nazi regime. The painting is featured in “Artists in Exile: Expressions of Loss and Hope.” The exhibition takes an innovative approach to the theme of exile, considering artists who left their country of birth, or their adopted home, for a variety of reasons—including discrimination, war, and genocide—from the 19th century to the present day. On view at the Yale University Art Gallery through December 31.
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Josef Albers, “Gate,” 1936, oil on masonite. Collection Yale University Art Gallery. © 2017 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/ARS, NY #albersfoundation #josefalbers #artistsinexile #blackmountaincollege @yaleartgallery

Please join us for the book launch of the new and expanded edition of Anni Albers’s “On Weaving,” published by Princeton University Press. The reception, which is free and open to the public and requires no RSVP, begins at 7:30 pm. Copies of “On Weaving” will be for sale during the event and staff from the Albers Foundation will be on hand to answer questions. The related design conversation at 6pm with Brenda Danilowitz, Glenn Adamson, Christina Kim, and Billie Tsien is already at capacity, though you are welcome to join the waitlist via the link in our bio. See you there!
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With special thanks to Vitra for their kind generosity. Additional support has been provided by Artek.
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Images: (1) Detail of Anni Albers in her weaving studio at Black Mountain College, 1937, photograph by Helen M. Post. Courtesy of the Western Regional Archives, State Archives of North Carolina. (2) Anni Albers, Detail of “Pasture,” 1958, mercerized cotton. Collection The Metropolitan Museum of Art. (3) Anni Albers, Detail of “Vicara Rug I,” 1959, executed by Inge Brouard. Courtesy Neues Museum Nuremberg. (3) Detail of Tapestry, Peru, Chimú, Late Intermediate, 1100–1300 A.D. (4) Detail of Chiapas inlaid technique, Mexico. Source unknown.
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