As he noted on the upper right corner of the announcement and checklist, a group show at the Gesellschaft der Freunde junger Kunst in Braunschweig (Society of the Friend of New Art) in the winter of 1932–33, was Josef Albers' last exhibition in Germany. By the fall of 1933, he and Anni had departed for the United States. Albers showed twenty-eight glass works at Braunschweig, including his early assemblages of glass shards mounted in metal screens, and his sandblasted and flashed works from the late 1920s and early 1930s.
1935 New York
1936 Bennington, Vermont[FULL TEXT FOR SUB HEADLINE] Delphic Studios, Four Painters: Albers, Dreier, Drewes, Kelpe, 23 November–5 December 1936. Exhibition traveled to Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont, October 1936; Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut, December 1936; Springfield Museum, Springfield, Massachusetts, January 1937; Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, February 1937; Wells College Art Museum, East Aurora, New York, February 1937; Chicago Arts Club, Chicago, Illinois, March 1937; San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California, 7 April–10 May 1937; Art Museum, Seattle, Washington, May 1937; Art Museum, Madison, Wisconsin, June