Anni Albers, textile. Anni Albers studied at the Bauhaus in the 1920s and was married to Bauhaus "master" Josef Albers.

Anything Bauhaus. Anni Albers, Black-White-Yellow, 1926 Cotton and artificial fibers. x cm x 48 inches) Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Max Bill - »horizontal-vertikal-diagonal-rhythmus«, oil on canvas, 1942  #Max Bill #1940s art #painting

Max Bill studied at Bauhaus for two years as a pupil of Josef Albers --Horizontal Vertikal Diagonal Rhythmus / Oil on canvas / 1942

Josef Albers. Upward c. 1926. Sandblasted flashed glass with black paint, 44.6 x 31.4 cm. The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation. Copyright holder credit © The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn and DACS, London 2006. Photographic credit: Tim Nighswander.

ca Josef Albers: Upward. Sandblasted flashed glass with black paint, x cm. The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation. Copyright holder credit © The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn and DACS, London Photographic credit: Tim Nighswander.

the legendary bauhaus school in germany produced some of the most influential figures in modern design. although mostly remembered for it's revolution in the field of architecture, the textiles- and the women who made them- should not be overlooked.

The legendary Bauhaus school in Germany produced some of the most influential figures in modern design. Although mostly remembered for it's revolution in the field of architecture, the textiles- and the women who made them- should not be overlooked.

The Magic and Logic of Color: How Josef Albers Revolutionized Visual Culture and the Art of Seeing | Brain Pickings

The Magic and Logic of Color: How Josef Albers Revolutionized Visual Culture and the Art of Seeing

Komposition, 1960. Gouache and India ink over preliminary pencil drawing on buff wove paper. Lajos Kassak was a Hungarian poet, novelist, painter, essayist, editor, theoretician of the avant-garde, and occasional translator. He cannot be fully identified with any single avant-garde movement, he adopted elements of expressionism, futurism and dadaism

Lajos Kassák (Hungarian, Komposition, Gouache and India ink over preliminary pencil drawing on buff wove paper, 42 x

Germany (made) Date: 1967 (made) 1926 (designed) Artist/Maker: Stölzl, Gunta (weaver) Albers, Anni (designer) Materials and Techniques: Woven silk and rayon Anni Albers studied weaving because it was the only course open to women at the Weimar Bauhaus, an institution founded by Walter Gropius (1883-1969) to train architects, artists and industrial designers. Its aim was to unite architecture and the fine and applied arts. Anni Albers often looked to her colleague Gunta Stölzl...

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As a woman, Anni Albers was banned from studying architecture and relegated to the weaving school at the Bauhaus; Josef and Anni Albers Foundation

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