The Archive at The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation was organized and preserved during 2003 – 2007 through a major project supported by generous grants from The Getty Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Thaw Charitable Trust, the National Film Preservation Foundation, the Adjuvant Foundation, and the Connecticut Council for the Humanities.
Material removed from the Archive and included in The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation Art Collection are composite photograph and postcard collages, student studies, and photographs by Josef Albers.Please contact the Foundation for further information.
The Albers Foundation is grateful to receive contributions of archival materials relating to Josef and Anni Albers and / or their contemporaries in the arts and other disciplines. Contributed materials that are not represented in the Foundation’s archives and deemed relevant for research purposes will be catalogued, conserved, and made a part of the Foundation’s permanent archives. Donors will receive written acknowledgement of their gifts. Please note that although contributed archival materials may qualify as a tax-deductible charitable contribution, it is the donor’s responsibility to assess the materials’ worth for income tax purposes. The Albers Foundation, as a nonprofit entity, is enjoined from quoting in its acknowledgement letters the estimated monetary value of such gifts. Letters of inquiry concerning donations of archival materials, or gifts outright of such materials, should be addressed to the Foundation.