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On Weaving offers a model for how to write in a way that incorporates theoretical examination alongside practical content; in it Anni Albers provides valuable — and often overlooked — thoughts on art and creative work.

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Published by Phaidon, Anni and Josef Albers: Equal and Unequal tells the story of the German-American artist couple who became known as pioneers of abstract art. The visual biography is dominated by bold, large colour photographs. The book has been written by Nicholas Fox Weber, Director of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation. Josef – painter, designer, and teacher – and Anni Albers – textile artist and printmaker – are among the twentieth century's most important abstract artists, and this…

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Two versions of the voluminous weaving “Black White Yellow“ hang in Tate Modern’s beautifully installed retrospective, Anni Albers, on view in London through Jan. 27, 2019, part of a worldwide commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus. Conceptualized at Bauhaus Dessau in 1926, the work was conceived as a simple geometric sequence with overlapping …

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“Anni Albers is very much a designer’s artist,” says Priyesh Mistry, one of the curators of the Tate Modern’s vast 2019 retrospective of her work. She’s also, he’s quick to add, “an artist’s artist,” and a woman reluctant to label herself as anything at all: “She was a teacher, an artist, a designer

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Anni Albers, drawing for wall hanging, 1926. Vorstudie, Gouache, Bleistift.

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What strikes you as you enter the Guggenheim show is: Why on earth should she have been forgotten at all? One of the first pieces is also one of Albers’s earliest, a design for a wall hanging executed in 1926, while she was still a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar. She had arrived feeling “a tangle of hopelessness” and taken a textile class, grudgingly, because it was the only one on offer to her as a female student. Despite the poor tuition, she quickly realized that she had found her…

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We're excited to introduce our new series LOVE. Women, artists, environmentalists - human beings whose work we love and whose beauty we want to share with you. First up, the prolific Bauhaus textile artist and printmaker, Anni Albers. "Being creative is not so much the desire to do something as the listening to that which wants to be done: the dictation of the materials."

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The Bauhaus, the interwar German design school that profoundly influenced later developments in art, architecture, product design and typography, was a..

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The great textile artist and abstractionist Anni Albers found her medium—weaving—by accident.

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