MOHOLY-NAGY, Documentrary Monographs in Modern Art,

By: Richard Kostelanetz,

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Praeger Publishers, New York, 1970. softcover, 7" x 8½. Covers are scuffed and marked. Previous owner's name inside front cover. Book in GOOD condition. Over 80 photographs (including nine in colour), with bibliography, and index. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy's diversified approach, which embraced work in painting, sculpture, graphics, film, "light machines", stage design, typography, and commercial art, is more relevant to current times than to his own (ie he was ahead of his time). He attempted to invent forms and images that would be meaningful to all, and was an inspired teacher. Critical article included here too; plus his widow reviews his final struggles and triumphs.

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