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Gould Pavilion

Color, A Magic Power
Selected Plates from Josef Albers’s Interaction of Color

By special arrangement with the University of Oregon College of Design, the University of Washington College of Built Environments presents Color, A Magic Power. The exhibition features selected plates from Interaction of Color, the 1963 masterwork by artist and educator Josef Albers (1888 – 1976).

Esther Hagenlocher, Associate Professor of Architecture and Interior Architecture at the University of Oregon School of Architecture & Environment, curated the exhibition. Interaction of Color is mounted on an innovative traveling display framework inspired by the triangular studies of Anni Albers. It was designed by Landry Smith and was built in Oregon for use in the Wallace and Grace Hayden Gallery at the University of Oregon School of Architecture & Environment.

February 14 through March 14, 2018. Open: Tu/W/F 12 – 5 PM; Th 12 – 7 PM; Closed: Sa/Su/M