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Albers & the Bauhaus


Stephen Friedman Gallery
11 Old Burlington Street
London W1S 3AQ
February 10 – March 12, 2016


While the core of this exhibition revolves around the output of Josef Albers in the 1920s and '30s, it also includes the work of Marcel Breuer, Otto Lindig and Marianne Brandt, as a means of creating a more complete sense of the Bauhaus and its ideals. The resulting collection of drawings, paintings, photographs, furniture, ceramics, glassware and other objects is displayed alongside a series of artworks produced by Albers and his wife, Anni, between the 1940s and '70s. With two weeks of its run at the Stephen Friedman Gallery to go, this is an essential show for anyone interested in modernist art and design, as well as the unmistakable influence of the Bauhaus.

Stephen Friedman Gallery

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