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Weber, Nicholas Fox and Brenda Danilowitz. The Prints of ANNI ALBERS: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1963-1984. 200 pages, 103 color plates, numerous color and b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. Bethany, CT, The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation in association with Mexico D.F., Editorial RM, 2009.
Item nr. 138551
ALBERS, JOSEF. Interaction of Color: New Complete Edition. Two volumes; text volume: xvi and 120 pages, illustrated in b&w; plate volume: unpaginated, roughly 100 color plates. 4tos, cloth in slipcase. New Haven and London, Yale University Press, in association with the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, 2009.
Published in association with.....
Item nr. 138576
Gomringer, Eugene. JOSEF ALBERS: His work as contribution to visual articulation in the twentieth century. 198 pp. with articles by several contributors, well-illustrated with many excellent color plates. Oblong folio, cloth. New York, Wittenborn, (n.d.).
Freitag 62. Spalek 1475.
Item nr. 5059
New York. Guggenheim Museum, JOSEF ALBERS: Glass, Color, and Light. Text by Fred Licht and Nicholas Fox Weber. 152 pp with 67 color and 25 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. 1994.
A monograph on Albers' little known glass pictures, the first published soley on this aspect of his work. Vivid reproductions of.....
Item nr. 39594
Darwent, Charles. JOSEF ALBERS: Life and Work. 400 pp. New York, Thames & Hudson, 2018.
Drawing on extensive unpublished archival writings, documents, and illustrations, this is the first full-scale biography of one of the 20th-century's great artists.
In his accessible study of the "whole" Albers, Charles Darwent combats the fables while telling.....
Item nr. 167030
Meister, Sarah Hermanson. One and One is Four: The Bauhaus Photocollages of JOSEPH ALBERS. 140 pages illustrated throughout in color. 4to, cloth. 2016.
Item nr. 168465
Danilowitz, Brenda. The Prints of JOSEF ALBERS: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1915-1976 [Revised Edition]. Foreword by Nicholas Fox Weber; 216 pp., 311 colour and 201 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. New York, Hudson Hills Press in association with the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, 2010.
Albers was an artist who valued precision and.....
Item nr. 98411
Chicago. The Art Institute. IVAN ALBRIGHT. Texts by Courtney Graham Donnell, Susan S.Weininger, and Robert Cozzolino; 208 pp., 111 color and 100 duotone illustrations. 4to, wraps. New York, Hudson Hills, 1997.
Marking the centennial of the artist's birth, this show at the Art Institute of Chicago is the first comprehensive exhibition.....
Item nr. 47612
ALECHINSKY. Alechinsky. By Michel Butor and Michel Sicard. 126 pages with many illustrations, some in color. 4to, original wrappers in a new cloth folding box. Paris: Editions Galilee, 1984.
This copy is inscribed by the authors to the noted art critic John Russell, and also by Alechinsky who has accompanied his.....
Item nr. 131778
ALYS, FRANCIS, with Juan Garcia, Emilio Rivera and Enrique Huerta. Sign Painting Project. Edited by Theodora Vischer; 200 pages, roughly 300 illustrations, most in color. Small oblong 4to, cloth-backed-boards. Basel, Schaulager, and Gottingen, Steidl & Partners, 2011.
Text in English.
Item nr. 127821
The Hague. Gemeentemuseum and Eindhoven. Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum. CARL ANDRE. 179 pp. include approx. 100 small illustrations. Large 4to, wraps. 1987.
The list of works represents an attempt to locate and describe as many as possible of the sculptural works of Carl Andre which have survived from the years 1958.....
Item nr. 32294
Meyer, James (editor and introduction). CARL ANDRE. Cuts: Texts 1959 - 2004. xxii and 322 pp., roughly 80 b&w illustrations. 8vo, cloth-backed boards. Cambridge and London, The MIT Press, 2005.
Just as Carl Andre's sculptures are "cuts" of elemental materials, his writings are condensed expressions, "cuts" of language that emphasize the.....
Item nr. 117639