Albers and Moholy-Nagy

From the Bauhaus to the New World

Genre
Art
Topics
Artists, Bauhaus, Black Mountain, Colour Theory, Communal Living, Design, Education, Modernism
Format
Paperback
Original Language
English

Description

Spanning four decades and featuring works in a variety of media, including painting, collage, glass, moving sculpture, photography, film, furniture, and graphic design, Albers and Moholy-Nagy reveals for the first time the range of achievement of these two important figures and is essential to our understanding of the evolution of Modernism.

Both artists were teachers at the Bauhaus, and Albers later joined the faculty of the Black Mountain College after emigrating to the US, were he run the painting programme until 1949.