FEBRUARY 8 New Greek and Japanese editions of Interaction of Color are now available
New Greek and Japanese editions of Interaction of Color are now available
Josef Albers's landmark Interaction of Color was first published in 1963 by Yale University Press, followed by a pocket edition in 1971. Since then, the book has been translated into German, Finnish, Japanese, Estonian, French, Spanish, Swedish, Italian, Norwegian, Hungarian, Portuguese, Chinese, and Korean paperback editions—all still in print—and now for the first time in Greek (Antiyle 2016). The new Japanese Interaction of Color is a fiftieth anniversary edition, including additional full-color plates (BNN, Inc., 2016). In 2017 a Russian-language edition will be printed, bringing the total number of translations to fifteen. The digital version of Interaction of Color, published by Yale University Press in 2013, continues to be available as a mobile app for iPad (interactionofcolor.com). More information on the history of Interaction of Color is available here.