Albers, Josef

JOSEF ALBERS The 10th New York Film Festival, 1972 - Signed

Sku: LC1082-B
Artist: Josef Albers
Title: The 10th New York Film Festival
Year: 1972
Signed: Yes
Medium: Serigraph
Paper Size: 50 x 26 inches ( 127 x 66.04 cm )
Image Size: 50 x 26 inches ( 127 x 66.04 cm )
Edition Size: 144
Framed: No
Condition: A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling

Additional Details: This limited edition print, created by the renowned artist Josef Albers in 1972, was designed to advertise the 10th New York Film Festival. The print is part of an exclusive edition of 144, each signed and numbered in pencil by Albers, underscoring its rarity and collectible value. In addition to these signed and numbered prints, 200 unsigned posters were also produced. Albers, a pivotal figure in modern art known for his work in color theory and geometric abstraction, brings his distinctive style to this piece. The design features Albers’ characteristic use of bold, interlocking shapes and a harmonious color palette, capturing the essence of the Film Festival's dynamic and vibrant spirit. The print is referenced on pages 30-31 of the Lincoln Center Posters book, highlighting its significance within the collection of posters created for the Lincoln Center. This documentation further cements the print's status as an important work within Albers’ oeuvre and its cultural significance related to the New York Film Festival. As a signed and numbered limited edition, this print holds significant value for collectors and art enthusiasts. It not only showcases Josef Albers’ exceptional skill and distinctive aesthetic but also serves as a piece of history, commemorating a milestone event in the world of film.