Josef Albers Exhibition

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January 12, 2010

As a pioneering voice in the diffusion of modern art and design, Josef Albers's contributions to printmaking, color theory and pedagogy cannot be overstated.

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  "Homage to the Square: Glow," 1966. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.  Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth
    "Homage to the Square: Glow," 1966. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.

    Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth

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  "Steps," 1932. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.  Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth
    "Steps," 1932. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.

    Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth

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  "Study for 'Homage to the Square: From the Soil," 1964. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.  Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth
    "Study for 'Homage to the Square: From the Soil," 1964. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.

    Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth

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  "Piano Keys," 1932. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.  Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth
    "Piano Keys," 1932. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.

    Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth

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  "Rolling After," 1925. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.  Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth
    "Rolling After," 1925. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.

    Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth

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  "Study for 'Homage to the Square: Last Century," 1956. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.  Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth
    "Study for 'Homage to the Square: Last Century," 1956. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.

    Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth

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  "6 and 3," 1931. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.  Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth
    "6 and 3," 1931. Image courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture.

    Courtesy of: Lee Stalsworth

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