Josef Albers
Foreword by Nicholas Fox Weber
Nonfiction, Graphic Design
10.75 x 13.25 inches, hardcover, 6 black-and-white and 145 color illustrations
ISBN: 9780300146936
Suggested Retail Price: $250.00

From the Publisher. An essential addition to any serious art library, this luxurious two-volume slipcased edition of one of the most influential books on color ever published includes the full set of original plates, text, and commentary.

One of the most influential books on color ever published, Josef Albers’s Interaction of Color is a masterwork. Originally issued in 1963 as a limited-edition set of commentary and 150 silkscreened color plates, the book introduced generations of students, artists, designers, and collectors to Albers’s unique approach to complex principles. While the original publication has long been out of print, this beautiful new edition now brings Interaction back into classrooms, studios, and onto bookshelves, where it will find an eager new audience. Lavishly produced as a two-volume slipcased set, this book replicates Albers’s revolutionary exercises, explaining concepts such as color relativity and vibrating and vanishing boundaries through the use of color, shape, die-cut forms, and movable flaps that illustrate his astonishing demonstrations of the changing and relative nature of color. Also included for the first time are new studies from the Albers archive, produced by the artist’s students in the early 1960s. A celebration of Albers’s legendary achievements, this beautiful publication is an essential addition to any serious art library.

Original edition on list 10 Books from the Paul Rand Library.

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