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German-born artist Albers (1888–1976) is widely perceived as an artist who "blurred distinctions between fine and applied art." But his teaching techniques and fervent desire to open his students' eyes are also legendary. Horowitz, a former student of Albers, and Danilowitz, chief curator of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, are the first to examine Albers's teaching methods, going well beyond covering the man's work to discussing art in general and how it is made and taught.
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