Nov 01, 2017 | By Laura Welch
László Moholy-Nagy was a Jewish-Hungarian painter and photographer as well as a professor in the Bauhaus. Moholy-Nagy 1923’s appointment as the instructor of the foundation course marked the end of the expressionist teachings as Moholy-Nagy re-focused the teachings to the Bauhaus’ back to the original aims as a school of design and industrial integration. Moholy-Nagy was accomplished at nearly every art form, and his teaching in diverse media helped shape the aesthetic of the Bauhaus that is remembered today and continues to inspire art and fashion. Today László Moholy-Nagy would have been 115.
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