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Interacting with Color: A Practical Guide to Josef Albers’s Color Experiments with Fritz Horstman


  • Public Program

  • Saturday, July 13, 10am
  • $25 Advance
    $20 Members
  • The Research & Development Store

Fritz Horstman, author of Interacting with Color: A Practical Guide to Josef Albers’s Color Experiments, joins us in the Research & Development Store for a presentation and discussion of this newly published book. Following Horstman’s presentation of the book, you’ll be guided to the Sol LeWitt galleries for a hands-on workshop led by the author, in which you’ll use Color-aid paper to try some of the experiments featured in Interacting with Color.

$25 Advance ticket includes a copy of Interacting with Color.

About the Author:
Fritz Horstman is a curator, educator, and artist based in Bethany, Connecticut where he is Education Director at the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation. He has curated exhibitions in Italy, Ireland, Croatia, Norway, and the United States, including Anni Albers: In Thread and On Paper, which is currently on view at the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, TX. He has lectured and given workshops at Yale University, Harvard University, l’École des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, Lebanese American University in Beirut, The Royal Academy of Art in London, and many other institutions. Recent exhibitions of his sculptures, installations, prints and drawings have been shown across Europe and the US, with upcoming solo shows at the New Britain Museum of American Art in New Britain, Connecticut; Municipal Bonds in San Francisco; and Planthouse Gallery in Manhattan. He received his BA from Kenyon College and his MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art.