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  • All fields: Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946)
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    • Photogram

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946); Moholy, Lucia (1946-1989)
    • Photogram with paper and texture collage
    • Black and white photography;
    • Photogram

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946); Moholy, Lucia (1946-1989)
    • Photograpm with spiral and text
    • Black and white photography;
    • Photogram

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946); Moholy, Lucia (1946-1989)
    • Photogram with circles and intersecting line
    • Black and white photography;
    • Photogram

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • Abstract photogram with human face form
    • Black and white photography;
    • Mirror & Reflections

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • Abstracted mirror and reflections
    • Black and white photography
    • Portrait of Lucia Moholy

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • Portrait of a woman with her head resting on a bed of rocks
    • Black and white photography
    • Spring, Berlin

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • Aerial view of a street
    • Black and white photography
    • Head

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • Shadow and highlight on face
    • Black and white photography;
    • Chute

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • Some kind of rollarcoster/slide with person repeated over and over again as if to show motion
    • Collage of half-tone reproductions of photographs.
    • Light-Space Modulator

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • replica 1970, differeny geometric shapes shown in a black and white photograph
    • glass; metal; wood; electric motor
    • Light-Raum Modulator

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • The revolving sculpture was attached by a motor in its base to more than 100 colored bulbs. These flashed at and through the sculpture in a 2 minute cycle, throwing moving light patterns on to nearby surfaces.
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    • Light-Raum Modulator

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • The revolving sculpture was attached by a motor in its base to more than 100 colored bulbs. These flashed at and through the sculpture in a 2 minute cycle, throwing moving light patterns on to nearby surfaces.
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