The Library has two copies of the book Josef Albers: To Open Eyes, The Bauhaus, Black Mountain College and Yale, which is the subject of the current exhibit at the WCC GalleryOne.
This comprehensive book examines the teaching methods of the artist renowned for the Homage to the Square Paintings. It was written by Fred Horowitz and Brenda Danilowitz. Horowitz, a former student of Albers, taught for many years at WCC and will be present to talk about the book at the exhibit reception in GalleryOne on Nov. 29 from 5:00 to 7:30pm.
The Library has additional materials available on Josef Albers including biographical materials, museum catalogs and the artist’s own statement on his art, Interaction of Color, call no. ND1489 .A4 1971.
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