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  1. The artist at work: Josef Albers at David Zwirner in London

    […] The studies show how much thought went into what appears on first sight to be a simple composition.  It is fascinating to see Albers’ notes on the selection and interchange of colours and their proportions.  Also included in the exhibition are Albers’ paintings on adobe architecture from the late 1940’s and early 50’s, inspired from his period at the Black Mountain College, which have rectangular and geometric forms, and hint at the much sharper and more fluorescent works of the American artist Peter Halley from the 1980’s which, by coincidence, are on show in London at Stuart Shave Modern Art. […]

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