Painting, Photography, Film.

Written by László Moholy-Nagy.
MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1987. 160 pp., 106 black-and-white illus., 6¾x9¾".

This translation of the Bauhaus artist Moholy-Nagy's 1925-27 book combines reproductions of his work with his writings on the interrelationship of type, audio, and visual perception. Included are x-rays, rayographs, extreme wide-angle photographs, double prints, collages, and montages. An important historical work which has been unavailable for some time.

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