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Set of 4 tables.
Pale green table
23.75"W x 15.75"D x 24.75"H
21.25"W x 15.75"D x 21.75"H
18.9"W x 15.75"D x 18.75"H
16.5"W x 15.75"D x 15.75"H
Originally designed and produced in Germany, this design is now produced in Connecticut, under license of the Josef & Anni Albers Foundation.
In the post–WWII American quest to collect former Bauhaus teachers, Yale University found one in German artist and color theorist Josef Albers. In 1971, Albers became the first living artist honored with a solo show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Josef and Anni Albers were artistic adventurers who were both pioneers of twentieth-century modernism. Josef Albers (1888-1976) was an influential teacher, writer, painter, and color theorist—now best known for the Homages to the Square he painted between 1950 and 1976 and for his innovative 1963 publication The Interaction of Color. Anni Albers (1899-1994) was a textile designer, weaver, writer, and printmaker who inspired a reconsideration of fabrics as an art form, both in their functional roles and as wallhangings. The couple met in Weimar, Germany in 1922 at the Bauhaus. In 1971, Josef Albers established a not-for-profit organization to further “the revelation and evocation of vision through art.” Today, this organization—The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation—is devoted to preserving and promoting the enduring achievements of both Josef and Anni Albers, and the aesthetic and philosophical principles by which they lived. It serves as a unique center for the understanding and appreciation of the arts and of all visual experience—with the combined legacies of Josef and Anni Albers at its heart.
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