Anni Albers

One of the most influential textile artists of the 20th century, Anne Albers began her career at the Bauhaus, where – prevented from studying other disciplines as a woman – she took up weaving under the tutelage of Gunta Stölz. This kickstarted a lifelong passion for the tactile and aesthetic possibilities of textiles and led her to the US, where she became the first textile artist to be honoured with a show at the Museum of Modern Art – and the most famous weaver of the modern age.

Designs

E WALLPAPER

Cobalt

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INTAGLIO OUTDOOR

Rosa

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MEANDER

Indigo

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MOVEMENT OUTDOOR

Azzurro

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ORCHESTRA

Peach

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TEMPLE

Berry

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TRIANGULATED

Berry

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TRIANGULATED WALLPAPER

Fuchsia

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Lemon

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