László Moholy-Nagy

<p><b>László Moholy-Nagy</b>, <i>View from the Berlin radio tower</i>, 1928.</p>
<p><b>László Moholy-Nagy</b>, <i>Rue Cannebierre, Marseilles, France</i>, 1929.</p>
<p><b>László Moholy-Nagy</b>, <i>New Year's Morning</i>, Berlin, circa 1930.</p>
<p><b>László Moholy-Nagy</b>, <i>Untitled</i>, Pont Transbordeur, Marseilles, France, 1929.</p>
<p><b>László Moholy-Nagy</b>, <i>View from the Pont Transbordeur, Marseilles, France</i>, 1929.</p>
<p><b>László Moholy-Nagy</b>, <i>Portrait Lucia Moholy</i>, no date.</p>
<p><b>László Moholy-Nagy</b>, <i>Fotogramm (pos.)</i>, 1924.</p>
<p><b>László Moholy-Nagy</b>, <i>Untitled</i>, 1927 (?)</p>
<p><b>László Moholy-Nagy</b>, <i>Untitled</i>, 1929 (?)</p>
<p><b>László Moholy-Nagy</b>, <i>Fotogramm</i>, 1922.</p>
<p><b>László Moholy-Nagy</b>, <i>Fotogramm</i>, 1926.</p>
1895 , d. 1946

Instructor of the Bauhaus school, taught the integration of fine art, craft and industry, proficient in many mediums besides photography, experimented in photo processes; "the New Vision" - idea that photography could show the world in new ways that the eye could not see on its own.

time well spent

closeup view Jack Troy cup, links to Jack Troy artist page

time to explore

link to newest page of ceramic artist links, including link to Scott Parady, pictured

time flies

Link to monthly image blog