Überblick:Pressestimmen 'A lavishly illustrated catalog with essays by scholars who fill in the gaps in the canon. . . . this will stand as a monumental and stunning celebration of the artist.'--Ann Landi Wall Street Journal'A handsome catalogue [. . .] Worthwhile reading for anyone seeking to find out more about Albers and his singular career'--Lucy Wasensteiner The Art Newspaper'Generously illustrated . . . comprehensive . . . demonstrates how this great artist transformed modern design by using line color surface and space to challenge the perception of the viewer.'--Publishers Weekly (Holiday Gift Guide)'This generously illustrated volume of Albers's work . . . demonstrates how this great artist transformed modern design by using line color surface and space to challenge the perception of the viewer.'--Antiques and the Arts Weekly ' . . . combines biographic and curatorial essays with fine reproductions . . . The book follows Albers from his years as an apprentice in a stained glass workshop through his time at the original Bauhaus and his decades at Yale.'--Susan Saccoccia Bay State Banner (Boston)'A rich understanding of the complexity that marked [Albers's] contribution to art and art education.'--J. H. Noonan Choice Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende Heinz Liesbrock is the director of the Josef Albers Museum Bottrop.