László Moholy-Nagy
László Moholy-Nagy
May 22 – Sep 7, 2019
Hauser & Wirth
London, UK

Hauser & Wirth is proud to present an exhibition of works by László Moholy-Nagy coinciding with the centenary of the Bauhaus in 2019. The show in London will provide a deeper understanding of this restless innovator, artist, educator and writer, considered one of the most influential figures of the avant-garde. The works in the exhibition span a period from the early 1920s to the 1940s revealing a diverse practice that defies categorization, moving fluidly between disciplines that encompassed photography, painting, sculpture, film and design. Curated by Daniel Hug – the artist’s grandson – the exhibition examines Moholy-Nagy as a proto-conceptualist, whose work interrogated the role of the art object and the artist in society, anticipating questions posed by subsequent generations of artists.

Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
Hauser and Wirth
London, UK

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