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Albers

Josef. 1888--1976, US painter, designer, and poet, born in Germany. His works include a series of abstract paintings entitled Homage to the Square
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Wilson Albers said as an Alera Group company, it has an opportunity to offer expanded industry leading resources with partners.
Asawa attended Black Mountain College between 1946 and 1949, and was a devoted student of Josef Albers, whose emphasis on the importance of materials can be seen in her wire creations.
The acquisition of Albers & Company enables The Wilson Agency to gain more of the employee benefits, financial services, and individual insurance market.
Mr Albers, 60, had faced mounting criticism for the police's handling of the alleged New Year's Eve attacks on women by small groups of men described as being of "Arab or North African origin".
Albers said Koeman was "willing" to move to the Liberty Stadium as Swansea are a "fantastic club with a lot of potential.
For literacy researchers, doctoral students, and educators, Albers, Holbrook, and Flint (language education and literacy and language arts, Georgia State U.
Kiosk worker Adele Dunning said she was behind the counter when a man later identified as Albers "booked it" over to the business while toting a gun that appeared to be a real semiautomatic rifle.
During the conference, Albers explained the criteria required to apply for the competition.
Albers says that at the present rate of progress in research, therapies designed to impede the progression of Alzheimer's disease may be available in as little as five years.
The director of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation and curator of this exhibition, Nicolas Fox Weber, attempts to persuade viewers to reconsider Albers' work in the light of his Catholic faith.
They are workers, like Albers, whose labor-intensive ethos gears them towards serialization, iteration, and variations on a theme.
When Albers and his wife, the textile designer Anni, arrived in America in 1933 as voluntary exiles from Germany, it was to teach, first at Black Mountain College and later at Yale.