Josef Albers, Pius and Schifra, Ascona VIII, 1930, via albers foundation
From May 1 to June 14, the Gering & López Gallery will be presenting Dan Flavin and Josef Albers’s work in the medium of light and canvas. In a unique paring, both artists will present their works which touch on color theory and line concepts.
Dan Flavin, Monument (1967) via Ateava
Flavin, a minimalist, is best known for light sculptures and installations. The ight works presented range from his early pieces from the 1960’s to those of the 1990’s. German born Albers is known for his painting methods in experimenting with color theory and composition. Albers’s oil paintings from 1937 – 1971 will be presented, among them are Homage To The Square (Memento), 1962 and Study For Homage To The Square (Yes), 1971.
Dan Flavin, Untitled (1989) via Ateava