The Guggenheim presents the Hungarian artist Lazzlo Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946) in an in-depth retrospective. Lazzlo Moholy-Nagy was a polymath created paintings, photographic works, sculptures, and graphic design. He was also a professor in the Bauhaus school. This represents the first major retrospective of his work 50 years, a rare chance to be immersed in the practice of an influential artist whose work, words and life remain an inspiration. He was a highly influenced by constructivism and a strong advert of the integration of technology and industry into arts.
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