Anni Albers weaves her magic in Shoreditch
It’s hard to believe that before this point there had been no major UK exhibition to recognise the contribution and influence of artist and Bauhaus master Anni Albers but, earlier this month, Tate Modern opened it’s doors to the first of it’s kind. The incredible exhibition features over 350 pieces of Albers’ art – from huge textiles to later prints – and highlights her creative process and her global influence on the world of art with a special focus on her seminal publication On Weaving 1965.
We worked with AKA to weave some of Albers’ magic into the street with a textile-inspired artwork dominating a three billboard takeover in the heart of trendy Shoreditch.
You can find out more about the exhibition and book tickets here.