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László Moholy-Nagy - Untitled Album

László Moholy-Nagy - Untitled Album

  • Performer: László Moholy-Nagy
  • Genre: Sounds
  • Title: Untitled
  • Released: 2011
  • Style: Spoken Word
  • Label: Malmö Konsthall
  • Country: Sweden
  • MP3 version size: 2639 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1209 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 711


1Sybil Moholy-NagyStuds Terkel Interview With Sybil Moholy-Nagy, 1969
2László Moholy-NagyTalk To Steelworkers in Gary, Indiana, February 1944 (In Hungarian)
3László Moholy-NagyTalk To Family, February 1943


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Published in conjunction with the exhibition László Moholy-Nagy 19 February - 1 May 2011, Malmö Konsthall, Sweden.
LP housed in four-panel fold-out gatefold cover, printed both sides, with accompanying booklet in printed PVC outer cover.


Untitled was created in by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy in Dada style. Find more prominent pieces of abstract at best visual art database. max resolution: 549x800px Source. View all sizes. Create new. Name is required. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. Date: . Style: Dada. Moholy-nagy foundation. Photo album. Gusztáv Nagy, László Moholy-Nagy's uncle Rozália Engelmann, his grandmother and Karolin Stern, his mother. László Moholy-Nagy. László Moholy-Nagy as an artillery officer cadet. Budapest, Hungary. László Moholy-Nagy 1895-1946 was a Hungarian artist, filmmaker and designer. He worked as Professor in the Bauhaus school and later founded the New Bauhaus in Chicago. He was highly influenced by Constructivism and advocating the integration of technology and industry into the arts. Moholy-Nagy was born László Weisz in Bácsborsód to a Jewish-Hungarian family, his father was a wheat farmer. His cousin was the conductor Sir Georg Solti. He changed his German-Jewish surname to the Magyar surname of his. László Moholy-Nagy19201920. Franz Marc Museum - Art in the 20th Century Kochel am See, Germany. Title: Untitled. Creator: Lászlo Moholy-Nagy. Date: 19201920. Physical Dimensions: w75. 3 x h95. 3 cm without frame. László Moholy-Nagy1925. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Houston, United States. Creator: László Moholy-Nagy. Date: 1925. Physical Dimensions: w23. 7 x h17. 8 cm sheet. László Moholy-Nagy was a Jewish-Hungarian painter and photographer as well as professor in ászló Moholy-Nagy was a Hungarian-born American painter, sculptor, photographer, designer, theorist, and art teacher, whose vision of a nonrepresentational art consisting of pure visual fundamentals - colour, texture, light, and equilibrium of forms - was immensely influential in both the fine and applied arts in the mid-20th century. In Budapest, encouraged by his friend and mentor the art critic Iván Hevesy, László Moholy-Nagy began taking art classes, studying the old masters, especially Rembrandt, as well as the works of the Expressionists and Futurists. His style ranged widely in this early period. László Moholy-Nagy Untitled 1920-1940. Not on view. Kertész, Rodchenko, and Moholy-Nagy: Photographs from the Collection Jan 28Jun 9, 1974 5 other works identified. How we identified these works. László Moholy-Nagy məˌhoʊliˈnɒdʒ Hungarian: born László Weisz July 20, 1895 November 24, 1946 was a Hungarian painter and photographer as well as a professor in the Bauhaus school. He was highly influenced by constructivism and a strong advocate of the integration of technology and industry into the arts. The art critic Peter Schjeldahl called him relentlessly experimental because of his pioneering work in painting, drawing, photography, collage, sculpture, film. Moholy-Nagy was a restless experimentalist that delved into various fields including avant garde photography, theater set design, film. Hungarian-American Designer, Filmmaker, Painter, Photographer, Sculptor, and Theoretician. Born: July 20, 1895 - Borsod, Austria-Hungary. Died: November 24, 1946 - Chicago, Illinois. Movements and Styles: Bauhaus, Modern Photography, Straight Photography, Kinetic Art, Op Art, Photomontage