David Zwirner's "Josef and Anni and Ruth and Ray" Exhibit
Anni Albers: Touching Vision
"Open your eyes and see" said Josef Albers to his students at Black Mountain College in the 1930s and 1940s. Albers wanted his protegees to throw away their preconceived notions of art and approach afresh their visual aspirations. In an inaugural show at the David Zwirner Gallery in NYC, a pairing of the work by mentors Josef and Anni Albers with their students, Ruth Asawa and Ray Johnson lovingly allows us to "see" what these extraordinary artists contributed.
ReVIEWING Black Mountain College 9
The enduring influence of Black Mountain College travels to Europe this fall, in the form of a current exhibit of the work of Anni Albers. The exhibit of her weaving is on display at Guggenheim Bilbao, in Bilbao, Spain and runs into December.
"The Audacity of Robert Rauschenberg" article
Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center introduces its performance initiative during the conference, “ReViewing 9”, September 29-October 1, 2017 in downtown Asheville, NC.
Get ready for Project Connect 2018!
A timely article on painter Robert Rauschenberg, by Peter Schjeldahl, which explores the collaborative influence and reach of Black Mountain College artists
2018 Registration Open!
Everything you need to know about the upcoming Project Connect 2018 conference in Asheville.
2018 Conference Dates
Registration for Project Connect 2018 is now open. Register online today!
It's official, the 2018 Project Connect dates are set!