The impact of Josef Albers is hard to overestimate. He was instrumental in the Bauhaus school, becoming one of its “master” professors alongside Paul Klee, and after moving to the U.S. became the head of the Black Mountain College where his art and color theory shaped the work of seminal figures such as Robert Rauschenberg and Cy Twombly. Albers’s work—which included stained glass, textiles, paintings, and more—shows deference to the Bauhaus marriage of art and design in the use of simple graphic elements (shapes, lines, and color) to produce evocative artwork.
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