Moholy-Nagy and Typography

The experiments of Moholy-Nagy encompassed what he termed an “entire field of optical expression,” combining painting, which was traditional, photography which was industrial, and film, which was characterized by moving images. In one of the early books, Painting,...

Moholy-Nagy at the Bauhaus

László Moholy-Nagy returned to one of the first manifestations of “writing with light” in his “photograms,” a term he coined, in which chemicals and light interact upon a support. The result of the strange ghost like prints captured and frozen by light was what he...

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