Come enjoy the opening of the Josef Albers in Mexico exhibition. Listen to live music in the Crossroads Gallery, and explore all that we have to offer here at the Heard! On your way in stop and enjoy a curated installation of Lowriders w/ Lowtography in the North parking lot. The Courtyard Café will also feature a taco bar!
About Josef Albers
Albers and his wife, Anni Albers (1899–1994), took frequent trips to Latin America, with particular interest in Mexico – visiting the country more than a dozen times from the 1930s to the 1960s. Albers’ fascination with the visual culture of Mexico left an indelible mark on his own artistic production and methodology, with sites like Teotihuacán, Chichén Itza, Monte Albán, and Mitla infiltrating the visual framework of his work. Included in the exhibition are rarely seen early paintings by Albers, seminal works like Homage to the Square and Variant/Adobeseries, works on paper, and a selection of rich photographic and photocollage work, many of which have never before been on view.
The museum has free general admission from 6 to 10 p.m. every First Friday except March.
Friday, February 1
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Heard Museum Campus, Courtyard Café, Jacobson Gallery