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Furniture prototypes, drafting tables, and canvases. All covered in squares of dense pigment.
From his studio, modernist Renaissance man Josef Albers created some of the 20th century’s most groundbreaking work. In typography, furniture design, architecture, education, and more. But he held one passion above the rest: color. Its interactions, its density, its depth. The hue experiments in his abstract Homage to the Square paintings remain his signature works. So explore Albers’ legacy with this collection of his color-block masterpieces.
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