Anni Albers


Anni Albers was one of the most prominent Textile Artist of the 20th Century, and a pioneer in her field with her graphic weavings and designs.  Beginning in 1970, Albers filled her graph-paper notebook regularly for ten years. This rare and previously unpublished document of her working process contains intricate drawings for her large body of graphic work, as well as studies for her late knot drawings. Shop the book here 


Photograph of Anni Albers card weaving at Black Mountain College. Anni Albers taught Weaving and Textile Design at Black Mountain College from 1933-1949. Courtesy: The North Carolina State Archives

Anni Albers: Notebook 1970-1980

Anni Albers: Letter, 1980, Color Silkscreen 25.5 x 23.5 cm (10 x 9.3in)

Anni Albers: City, 1949, Tim Nighswander/Imaging4Art/The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/ARS, NY

Laurence Brabant Clear Glass Bowl with Grey, Mishmash 'Mishmash' Notebook, Matthias Kaiser Cracked Slip Jar, Tensira Pillow Black/White Stripe

Anni Albers: Rail, 1958, linen casement material by Knoll 51 in. (129.5 cm) wide/ The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation