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Preview — Joesf del colore. Esercizi per imparare a vedere by Josef Albers. Pubblicate per la prima volta negli Stati Uniti nelle famose lezioni sul colore di uno dei maggiori artisti del XX secolo costituiscono ancora oggi un eccezionale strumento di lavoro per insegnanti e studenti. Il metodo di Albers Pubblicate per la prima volta negli Stati Uniti nelle famose lezioni sul colore di uno dei maggiori artisti del XX secolo costituiscono ancora oggi un eccezionale strumento di lavoro per insegnanti e studenti.
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Highly recommended for anyone in graphic, applied, and fine arts. Engaging and examples are provided to illustrate the concepts.
This and a continued use of disliked colors will teach that preference and disl Excellent color theory reference. This and a continued use of disliked colors will teach that preference and dislike–as in life so with color –usually result from prejudices, teorria lack of experience and insight.
View all 4 comments. One of the paintings in the series Abstractby Clare Rojas. Josef Albers rolls away the color wheel and brings in relational color theory. An example of this is shown on the cover, where one brown looks totally different when placed next to warm or cool tones.
From my years of experience as a picture framer before Cilor read this book I found myself in total agreement with Albers. If the color wheel is memorizing multiplication tables Interaction of Color is doing experimental equations.
The color world of Josef Albers is hands on, real, as art is. Of course, I was introduced to the Interaction of Color in art school in the latter s. This is one of the most important works on color theory. I would go so far as to call it mind-altering as it will have some bearing on any work you do after reading it. If you are a young artist, please consider this necessary reading. If you are older, it will be stimulating to your work.
I know I should reread it. The book definitely inspires readers to think more deeply about color, and there are ideas that I found valuable.
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But overall, it’s hard to say that I really got anything from Interaction of Color. There isn’t much concrete information that you feel like you’re learning and could use. A lot of it is composed of specific examples, but not a helpful base of ideas that one can use to jump into thought and practice with. Also, it’s very text heavy, which is weird for a book about color.
There are ex The book definitely inspires readers to think more deeply about teoris, and there are ideas that I found valuable. There are examples in the back with accompanying paragraphs, which I honestly found more helpful than the main text, which can feel cluttered and boring.
Many examples want you to go out and use color paper. I’d much rather have the book give me the examples itself. Recommend if you’re intrigued. I may not be smart enough to get all this, but I really liked the parts about how certain colors together can make us see things differently–even if the change is slight.
Really cool exploration of color theory from Still relevant and still engaging. The prose is written in a concise, almost poetic way, and very easy to read.
The plates look great, but my only complaint is that in the 50th anniversary edition they should have reorganized the book so you didn’t have to keep flipping to the back to see the color plates. My silly graphic arts prof.
I guess instead of being polite, I should have mentioned this. Every color exercise brings a new concept forward.
There’s an interactive app, too. Combines moving color plates, text and audio for a full surround-sound experience.
This book is a gem! I think a lot of this went over my head. Even though I read slowly and thoughtfully I often felt there was nuance in the definition of the words because I’m not an artist and not fluent in German that went beyond what was being written.
Chapters are deceptively simple and organized for teaching. This is an older book at least my edition so the plates are in the back. You have to keep a separate marker for your chapter number and the chapter plates.
Lots of interesting though I’ll be honest Lots of interesting thoughts about the flexibility of color. Color is not a constant. This book is full of color experiments which show how color is influenced by its neighbors. Josef Albers is a brilliant teacher, he provides enough instruction for a student reading the book to explore, but not too much as to prevent them from thinking flexibly about color.
His pedagogy for color is also applicable for other aspects of Design. After reading the book, it feels like my eyes have opened up to a whole new world. He draws your attention to the subtle ways that color interact with each other. I really enjoyed his writing style. He writes poetically and beautifully about colo Josef Albers is a brilliant teacher, he provides enough instruction for a student reading the book to explore, but not too much as to prevent them from thinking flexibly about color.
He writes poetically and beautifully about color, and inspires a passion for color as much as he provides knowledge about it. He uses many analogies to not only help the reader understand color but also understand how one can think about color. On a last note, I would look into getting the iPad app for the book. As much as I enjoyed reading the book and attempted to create and go through the exercises it’s probably better done in the app. I would also recommend going through this book with people who are trained in color or with a friend so you can compare your work with one another.
This book would be a great way of introducing students to philosophical questions about color. It’s written as a kind of experiment-based lesson plan for an art class on color, but the reader gets the benefit of a bunch of beautiful color plates illustrating Albers’s experiments.
Albers shows how to make two pieces of the same color paper look like two different colors when placed against different backgrounds, how to make three colors look like two, how to make two different colors look identic This book would be a great way of introducing students to philosophical questions about color. Albers shows how to make two pieces of the same color paper look like two different colors when placed against different backgrounds, how to make three colors look like two, how to make two different colors look identical, and how to make a single gray look almost unrecognizable against different backgrounds.
These experiments demonstrate spectacularly and undeniably the idea that the way things look is “active” and “relative”–that the color things appear to have depends enormously on their surroundings.
Albers doesn’t raise the inevitable question whether there is any such thing as the “real” color of an object, but it is implicit throughout this study, and the answer to it has to be J. Austin’s answer, that the “real” color of a thing is itself relative to a variety of different factors. Sep 20, Virginia rated it it was amazing Shelves: Non si tratta infatti di un manuale con teoremi, assiomi e ferree teorie da leggere annoiandosi.
Interaction of Color stands out as the one book and class that changed and reoria the way I see and use color. It gave me an appreciation abstract art, which had never resonated for me prior to my participatory immersion in the challenges Albers creates.
It also gave me a much deeper understanding of the ways alberrs experience color. This book is a game changer for any artist who physically does all the exercises and has the benefit tsoria seeing and hearing drl students’ reactions. I was Interaction of Color stands out as the one book and class that changed and expanded the way I see and use color.
I was 18 when I took this class. Many years later, I am still affected by colod I learned. This is not a casual read. It is a textbook that discusses the way we see color and how colors interact with each other when we look at them.