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You can go anywhere – The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation at 50

You can go anywhere – The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation at 50

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Une vaste série d'essais rédigés par des personnalités du monde entier qui ont contribué au travail de la Fondation Josef et Anni Albers, révélant la manière dont l'organisme à but non lucratif a perpétué l'héritage des Albers au fil des ans. Le cœur du livre, richement illustré, se consacre aux nombreuses donations de la Fondation à des musées internationaux, y compris des œuvres d'art rarement montrées.

À l'occasion de son cinquantième anniversaire, la Fondation Josef et Anni Albers publie You can go anywhere. Cette série d'essais révèle la manière dont l'organisation à but non lucratif a perpétué l'héritage des Albers au fil des ans.

Après une introduction retraçant l'histoire de la Fondation, You can go anywhere présente un large éventail d'essais rédigés par des personnes du monde entier qui ont contribué au travail de la Fondation, comme les architectes Manuel Herz et Toshiko Mori, les designers Paul Smith et Christopher Farr, ainsi que des conservateurs, des directeurs de musée et des membres du personnel. Le livre est richement illustré par des photos d'Iwan Baan, Giovanni Hänninen et Sofia Verzbolovskis, ainsi que par des documents d'archives et des œuvres d'art des Albers. Le cœur du livre est consacré aux nombreuses donations de la Fondation à des musées internationaux, y compris des œuvres d'art rarement montrées.

En 2005, la Fondation a soutenu la création de l'organisation humanitaire Le Korsa, qui aide les communautés locales au Sénégal, par le biais de services de santé, d'éducation, d'agriculture et de programmes culturels. Les essais sur Le Korsa ne manqueront pas d'inspirer le monde de l'art, les institutions publiques et les philanthropes.

Edouard Detaille a grandi à Marseille, dans une famille d'artistes photographes depuis trois générations. Ses 20 ans de carrière dans le management l'ont amené à représenter des artistes internationaux chez Universal Music, à développer les stratégies de marketing et de communication numériques de sociétés d'immobilier commercial, puis à fonder et diriger une société de conseil et d'investissement en immobilier. Aujourd'hui, il est responsable des opérations de la Fondation Josef et Anni Albers et de son ONG Le Korsa. Toutes deux perpétuent l'héritage artistique et humanitaire des artistes du Bauhaus Josef et Anni Albers.

Willem van Roij est un historien de l'art spécialisé dans l'art et l'architecture du XXe siècle. Il a travaillé en tant que chercheur indépendant pour la Fondation Josef et Anni Albers depuis 2010. Il a enseigné l'histoire de l'art dans son pays natal, les Pays-Bas, avant d'être nommé conservateur et chercheur indépendant à la Fondation Albers en 2020.

Edité par Edouard Detaille et Willem van Roij
Contributions de Laurent Van Reepinghen, Adhiraj Shekhawat, Josh Slocum, Louis Valentin, Matthias Persson, Charles Lemonides, Charlotte Fox Weber, Robbie Smith, Lucy Swift Weber, Victoria Ebin, Fiona Kearney, Hans Renders, Brigitte Degois, Eve Tribouillet-Rozencweig, Gilles Degois, Vincent Broqua, Fabrice Hergott, Raffi Kaiser, Francois Olislaeger, Giovanni Hänninen, Alberto Amoretti, Erika Goldman, Francois Gibault, Belle Place, Nancy Weber, Patrick Dewavrin, Nick Murphy, Bruno Racine, Gerard Sénac, Louis Racine, Daniele Reiber, Robert Devereux, Elena Arzak, Marta Arzak, Daphne Warburg Astor, Atlante, Chiara Graffer, Dario Jucker, Matthew Bourne, Wayne McGregor, Rebecca Salter, Heinz Liesbrock, Paul Smith, Emilia Terragni, Michael Semff, Mando Watson, Shane O'Neill, Nicolas Fox Weber, Paolo Papone, Pierre-Alexis Dumas, Manuel Herz, Alan Riding, Elisa Nocentini, María Toledi, Manuel Fontan del Junco, Christopher Farr, Katherine Weber, Michael Beggs, Mickey Cartin, Brenda Danilowitz, John Eastman, Louise Eastman, Kelly Feeney, George Gibson, John Gordon, Allegra Itsoga, James Green, Jackie Ivy, Fritz Horstman, Charles Kingsley, Emma K. Lewis, Pierre Thiam, Philip Rylands, Andy Seguin, Clarisse Baleja Saïdi, Sarah Meister, Toshiko Mori, Melanie Niemiec, Tim Prentice, Jeannette Redensek, Ruth Lande Shuman, Anne Sisco, Christine Vincent, Molly Wheeler, Victoria Wilson, Martina Yamin, Paul Neale, David Pilling, Ruth Agoos Villalovos, Magueye Ba, Seydou Badiane, Jaime Yaya Barry, Shannon Hart, Maimouna Ka Sow, Saliou Seck, Moussa Sene, Mamadou Cisse Kante, Bamba Sagna, Lassana Keita, Massamba Camara, Abib Dieye, Saliou Diop, Augustin Diouf, Moustapha Diouf, Lucas Zwirner, David Leiber, David Zwirner.
Conception graphique : Graphic Thought Facility
Publié par la Fondation Josef et Anni Albers
Paru en juin 2022
Édition anglaise
25,5 x 25,2 cm (broché, sous coffret)
450 pages (309 ill.)
ISBN : 978-2-9583298-0-8

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A large series of essays, written by people from around the world who have contributed to the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation's work, revealing how the non-profit organization has carried on the Albers' legacy over the years. The heart of the book, lavishly illustrated, is devoted to the Foundation's many donations to international museums, including rarely shown works of art.

On the occasion of its fiftieth anniversary, the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation publishes You can go anywhere. This collection of essays by Foundation staff and collaborators reveals the broad scope of how the nonprofit has carried on the legacy of the Alberses over the years.

After an introduction exploring the Foundation's history, You can go anywhere features a wide range of essays by people from around the world who have contributed to the Foundation's work, such as architects Manuel Herz and Toshiko Mori; designers Paul Smith and Christopher Farr; and curators, museum directors, and staff members. The book is richly illustrated with photos by Iwan Baan, Giovanni Hänninen, and Sofia Verzbolovskis, as well as archival material and art by the Alberses. The heart of the book is devoted to the Foundation's many donations to international museums, including rarely shown works of art.

In 2005, the Foundation supported the creation of the humanitarian organization Le Korsa, which helps local communities in Senegal, through health services, education, agriculture, and culture programs. Essays about Le Korsa are sure to inspire the art world, public institutions, and philanthropists.

Edouard Detaille was raised in Marseilles, France, in a family of artist photographers for three generations. His 20-year career in management has moved from representing international artists at Universal Music, to developing the digital marketing and communication strategies at commercial real estate companies, to founding and running a real estate consulting and investment firm. Today, he is COO for more than two years of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation and its NGO Le Korsa, both of which perpetuate the artistic and humanitarian legacy of Bauhaus artists Josef and Anni Albers.

Willem van Roij is an art historian specialized in 20th century art and architecture. He has been working as an independent researcher for the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation since 2010. He taught art history in his native The Netherlands before being appointed curator and scholar-at-large at the Albers Foundation in 2020.

Edited by Edouard Detaille and Willem van Roij
Contributions de Laurent Van Reepinghen, Adhiraj Shekhawat, Josh Slocum, Louis Valentin, Matthias Persson, Charles Lemonides, Charlotte Fox Weber, Robbie Smith, Lucy Swift Weber, Victoria Ebin, Fiona Kearney, Hans Renders, Brigitte Degois, Eve Tribouillet-Rozencweig, Gilles Degois, Vincent Broqua, Fabrice Hergott, Raffi Kaiser, Francois Olislaeger, Giovanni Hänninen, Alberto Amoretti, Erika Goldman, Francois Gibault, Belle Place, Nancy Weber, Patrick Dewavrin, Nick Murphy, Bruno Racine, Gerard Sénac, Louis Racine, Daniele Reiber, Robert Devereux, Elena Arzak, Marta Arzak, Daphne Warburg Astor, Atlante, Chiara Graffer, Dario Jucker, Matthew Bourne, Wayne McGregor, Rebecca Salter, Heinz Liesbrock, Paul Smith, Emilia Terragni, Michael Semff, Mando Watson, Shane O'Neill, Nicolas Fox Weber, Paolo Papone, Pierre-Alexis Dumas, Manuel Herz, Alan Riding, Elisa Nocentini, María Toledi, Manuel Fontan del Junco, Christopher Farr, Katherine Weber, Michael Beggs, Mickey Cartin, Brenda Danilowitz, John Eastman, Louise Eastman, Kelly Feeney, George Gibson, John Gordon, Allegra Itsoga, James Green, Jackie Ivy, Fritz Horstman, Charles Kingsley, Emma K. Lewis, Pierre Thiam, Philip Rylands, Andy Seguin, Clarisse Baleja Saïdi, Sarah Meister, Toshiko Mori, Melanie Niemiec, Tim Prentice, Jeannette Redensek, Ruth Lande Shuman, Anne Sisco, Christine Vincent, Molly Wheeler, Victoria Wilson, Martina Yamin, Paul Neale, David Pilling, Ruth Agoos Villalovos, Magueye Ba, Seydou Badiane, Jaime Yaya Barry, Shannon Hart, Maimouna Ka Sow, Saliou Seck, Moussa Sene, Mamadou Cisse Kante, Bamba Sagna, Lassana Keita, Massamba Camara, Abib Dieye, Saliou Diop, Augustin Diouf, Moustapha Diouf, Lucas Zwirner, David Leiber, David Zwirner.
Graphic design: Graphic Thought Facility
Published by the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation
Published in June 2022
English edition
25,5 x 25,2 cm (softcover, under box set)
450 pages (309 ill.)
ISBN : 978-2-9583298-0-8

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