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Formulation - articulation

Author: Josef Albers; T G Rosenthal
Publisher: London : Thames & Hudson, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Josef Albers's Formulation: Articulation, issued as a limited edition set of prints in 1972 and published here in book form for the first time, is a unique opportunity to understand the ideas and methods of one of the most influential artists and theorists of the twentieth century. Albers drew on over forty years' work in a variety of media - woodcuts, sandblasted glass pictures and oil paintings - for these  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
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Named Person: Josef Albers; Josef Albers
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Josef Albers; T G Rosenthal
ISBN: 0500238286 9780500238288
OCLC Number: 62307679
Description: 168 pages : color illustrations ; 25 x 32 cm
Contents: Josef Albers and Formulation : articulation: Introduction ; Early years and the Bauhaus ; Black Mountain College ; Yale and Homage to the square ; Interaction of color ; Formulation : articulation. --
Josef Albers's Statement of content: Portfolio I --
Formulation : articulation portfolio I --
Formulation : articulation portfolio II --
Josef Albers's Statement of content: Portfolio II.
Responsibility: Josef Albers ; with text by T.G. Rosenthal.

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Based on over forty years work in a variety of media woodcuts, sandblasted glass pictures and oil paintings to create the 127 abstract images, which explores colour and form, this volume retains the  Read more...

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