Small-Great Objects presents a remarkable look into the art-collecting practices of two of modern art’s most widely influential figures, Anni (1899–1994) and Josef (1888–1976) Albers. Their impressive collection of over 1,400 objects from Latin America, namely Mexico and Peru, represents a conscious endeavor that goes well beyond that of a casual hobby, displaying a deep appreciation for the art, ...
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: Yale University Art Gallery (March 21, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 8 x 0.5 x 11 inches
Amazon Rank: 1815802
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I bought the work on the basis of a couple of photographs from the exhibit, likely fingerloop braiding technique, that I wanted to see more closely. That object wasn't reproduced in the text. What is there is a splendidly well researched set of artic...
nd overall ingenuity of the ancient American world. This insightful book draws on primary-source materials such as the couple’s letters, personal papers, and archival photographs—many never before published—and demonstrates their conviction that these Prehispanic objects displayed a formal sophistication and bold abstraction that defy the prevalent conception of the works as “primitive.” Moreover, it shows how the Alberses spread their appreciation of the ancient world to others, through their teachings, their writings, and their own art practices.