Colours are coming to London!
When the 'events' section is not enough to deliver excitement about the upcoming exhibitions... This short post works as a reminder that colours are coming to London!
I was pleasantly surprised by the works of Dora Maurer at Tate Modern. This Hungarian artist (b.1937) needs to be examined in a lot more than ten minutes before closing time. Colourful experimentation and documented processes captured my attention quickly, making me contemplate possible/doable future projects. Her background in Graphic Design was another point why after coming home I started checking her online. Here is what I found: there will be another exhibition dedicated to this artist.
Also, educational/methodological practice emerges in other artists works. In 1963, Josef Albers published one of the most influential art and design books of the twentieth century, Interaction of Color, as a handbook and teaching aid for his experimental way of observing, studying and teaching colour. His works alongside with Bridget Riley, Sol LeWitt and others will be on display in Septemper.