London - Exhibition

The Interaction of Colour

Alan Cristea

07 Sep 201926 Oct 2019

Published by Josef Albers in 1963, “Interaction of Colour” was the most influential art and design book of the twentieth century with a direct influence on the numerous artists who studied it. In his classes, Albers preached a historical approach to colour theory as a logical, formal scientific analysis, instead of focusing on the unique behavioral properties of colour based on observation and practical application, and influenced the many artists who studied on his courses.
The show documents over 50 years and includes prints and drawings by artists from Josef Albers to Bridget Riley, which will be exhibited together with a new site-specific installation by Rana Begum.

  • Josef Albers, Never Before, 1967Josef Albers, Never Before, 1967

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mon, tue, wed, thu, fri 10:00 am - 5:30 pm; sat 11:00 am - 2:00 pm


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