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Josef Albers Josef Albers - Biography

Josef Albers counts among the world's most important representatives of a geometrically abstract art. After first ventures into art in Berlin, Essen and Munich, Josef Albers joined the Weimar Bauhaus in 1920. Throughout his life he would be closely connected with the art school, first as student and assistant, later as master. Even after he had emigrated into the USA in 1933, Josef Albers' activities at the Black Mountain College in North Carolina and in the 1950s at the Ulm University for Design followed the Bauhaus principles.
The artist's innovative paintings, particularly the series "Homage to the Square", made as of 1949, focus on the reduced form. In their masterly coloring they were masterpieces of geometric abstraction. Additionaly, they emanate a fascinating artistic reality within the image, which is why they are close to the environment of Concrete Art.
A comprehensive exhibition can be seen in the Museum Quadrat in Bottrop, the artis's native town.



 
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