ivam anni josef albers quina robert richter

Josef Albers
Goldrosa, ca. 1926
Sandblasted flashed glass with black paint
17 3/4 x 12 3/4 in. (45 x 32.4 cm)
The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation© 2022
The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VEGAP,MadridPhoto: Tim Nighswander/Imaging4A

IVAM/ Peruvian meanders, textiles and flavours in the work by Anni and Josef Albers

7 April, at 7 pm. 8 and 9 April, at 12 midday (SOLD OUT)


Capacity for 15 persons, with prior registration.

The path and evolution of Anni and Josef Albers’ work and life is presented in the IVAM with an exhibition that contains almost 350 works between paintings, photographs, design and textiles, and films, as well as a selection of pieces of furniture from the Bauhaus period, all of which are key milestones in the  career of this artist couple. Throughout their life and artistic career, Anni and Josef Albers shared the belief that art should be at the centre of human existence, as art is capable of deeply transforming the world.

Anni and Josef Albers travelled repeatedly throughout Latin America where they were enthralled by the pre-Columbian cultures they got to know on their numerous trips. They transferred part of these discoveries to their works, which you can fully appreciate with the help of the museum’s mediation team and finish off by partaking of a delicious menu prepared by chef Robert Richter of the Quina restaurant, inspired by the life of these creators and their artistic proposal.

Andean menu (to share): snacks / 3 starters/ 1 main / 1 dessert / petits.

Wild fish weave and tiger milk.

Tricolour threads of cause, squid in kimchi and aromatic ash.

Beetroot texture.

“The Andean Sierra” (quinoa), Iberian ham shoulder tataki in its juice and tiger nut infusion, Andean biscuit crunch.

Meringue, lucuma and chili pepper.

The menu does not include beverages.

You can also call 962140048 to book