New York: Thames & Hudson, 2006. 1st Trade Edition. Oblong folio, publisher's teal cloth, spine stamped in silver, upper board blindstamped, original illustrated dust jacket.
Legendary Bauhaus and Black Mountain College artist and teacher Albers's crowning work, a synthesis drawn from 40 years of his multimedia investigations into the conceptual relationships between color and form. Originally published in a pair of large format limited edition portfolios of screenprints in 1972, this is the first trade edition, with all 127 original color prints beautifully reproduced (by German master printer Steidl), eight additional illustrations, Albers's original Statements of Content, and an overview by Cambridge art historian Rosenthal. Includes a bibliography, chronology, and list of exhibitions. Dust jacket unclipped. Fine. Item #76