workman:

pacegallery:
Artlog calls The Morgan’s Josef Albers in America: Painting on Paper exhibition “a brave, new take on the Albers’ work” and we couldn’t agree more.  It is currently on view until October 14th, don’t miss it!
Image courtesy of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation 

I went to see this. It was amazing.
26th Sep 201215:101,767 notes
blauwebeker:

Club Chair from Oeser’s home by Josef Albers, 1928, on show in Bauhaus: Art as Life, at London’s Barbican Art Gallery.
betonbabe:

JOSEF ALBERS
MULTIPLEX B, 1947
anunturi-gratuite-9:

Gray instrumentation IIj | Josef Albers
eerriinnffrroosstt:

Josef Albers, Astatic, Woodcut, 1944
transparentvignettes:

Josef Albers 
zonezonezone:

Josef Albers - Skyscrapers on Transparent Yellow (1929)
sfmoma:

Happy Birthday to Josef Albers!

From 1949 until his death in 1976, Josef Albers created a series of paintings titled Homage to the Square. These works explore the artist’s endless fascination with the discrepancy between how colors look when seen one at a time and how they appear in different combinations. In his writings on color theory, Albers noted that the way we experience color varies based on our individual personalities and on factors such as hue, dimension, and placement.
Albers chose the square for its neutrality: he felt that such a common shape would not distract viewers from their experience of color. To create a “pure” experience, he applied his pigments directly from the tubes in which they came, spreading them in thin layers onto the surface of the canvas.

(via SFMOMA)
20th Mar 201216:3781 notes
skibinskipedia:

deliriumtestii: Structural Constellation, Josef Albers, 1936.
Opaque  by  andbamnan