Moholy-Nagy: Photographs and Photograms. Text by Andreas Haus. Translated by Frederic Samson. Pantheon Books, New York, 1980. First American edition. Quarto. Hardbound in library protected, photo-illustrated dust jacket. 150 black-and-white duotone plates and 78 illustrations throughout the text. 225 pp.
Andreas Haus shows how Moholy-Nagy sought to apply his theories of perception and vision in the modern technological world, using numerous examples of his photograms, portrait studies, explorations in the play of light and shadow, unusual perspectives, multiple exposures, and photomontages. Much of this material was published here for the first time.
Fine in Fine library protected dust jacket.