On view at the Mead Art Museum through Jan. 3, Intersecting Colors: Josef Albers and His Contemporaries celebrates the juncture of art and science in the work of 20th-century American artist, teacher and color practitioner Josef Albers. Watch the video to see footage from the exhibit and peek inside pages of the accompanying catalogue, available now from Amherst College Press.
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Featuring five essays by scholars in the sciences and humanities, the exhibition catalogue presents a unique combination of disciplinary perspectives that offer a new appreciation of this noteworthy artist and teacher. The catalogue is edited by Vanja Malloy, with contributions from Brenda Danilowitz, Sarah Lowengard, Karen Koehler, Jeffrey Saletnik and Susan R. Barry.