Albers exhibition extended through Aug. 7

Author: Carol C. Bradley

Josef Albers print "Rolled Wrongly," 1972 Rolled Wrongly, 1972

At the Snite Museum of Art, Formulation: Articulation: 1972, an exhibition of selected works of Bauhaus-trained artist Josef Albers, has been extended through Sunday, Aug. 7. The prints, from a print suite given by Jane and Jim Griffin ‘45, are on display in the museum’s Mestrovic Studio Gallery.

The suite summarizes Albers forty-year investigation of color, form and perception while teaching at Black Mountain College, Harvard University and the Department of Design at Yale University.