Anni Albers was born in Berlin in 1899. Encouraged to follow the traditional female role, she rebelled against her family and society to follow her own wishes. She took lessons in a variety of art forms before working in textiles. It was largely from her work that textiles became seen as an "art form". At the time, it was just a "craft", but she worked to change that view.
In this article, we see seven life lessons gleaned from her life, her work and her art.
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Seven Life Lessons From Anni Albers
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Anni Albers left lessons to live by
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