Wednesday, February 08, 2006
By Peter Anker @ TATE, ETC.
László Moholy-Nagy moved to London in 1935 and quickly established himself (along with Walter Gropius) at the heart of the avant-garde community in the newly designed Lawn Road Flats of London's leafy Hampstead. He brought with him his belief in the importance of "nature as a constructional model" to determine functionality in art and design, and his vision to "add to the politico-social a biological bill of rights"...
Part II "The Gesamtwerker"
'Josef Albers and László Moholy-Nagy: From the Bauhaus to the New World', sponsored by BMW (UK) Ltd, Tate Modern, 9 March - 4 June. Josef Albers and László Moholy-Nagy: From the Bauhaus to the New World, with texts by Achim Borchardt-Hume,
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