(édition en anglais)

Moholy beyond Bauhaus: an expansive survey of the artist’s multivalent photo- and text-based works

A prolific writer, photographer, portraitist and documentarian, Lucia Moholy (1894-1989) defies categorization. She was as active in avant-garde circles as she was in the field of information science, advancing an expansive understanding of visual reproduction. While previous publications on Moholy have limited her accomplishments to the five years she spent at the Bauhaus, Exposures presents the full breadth of her writings and photographs for the first time. Extensive essays drawing on new archival discoveries offer insights into her early life in turn-of-the-century Prague, her involvement in the radical social movements of the 1920s in Weimar Germany, her wartime documentations via microfilm and her work in the Middle East on behalf of UNESCO. Acknowledging her reception by contemporary artists such as Jan Tichy, the publication demonstrates how Moholy’s interdisciplinary approach to photography anticipated the medium’s post-analog present.

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    142 gr

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