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Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)
* « László Moholy-Nagy: The Photograms », Renate Heyne, Herbert Molderings et autres, Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern (Allemagne), 2009 * « Moholy-Nagy - catalogue raisonné », en ligne sur le site de la Fondation Moholy-Nagy : http://moholy-nagy.org/catalogue-raisonne/ All the catalogues raisonnés

Bibliographic track & more

To read from or about the artist :
* « Moholy-Nagy », Krisztina Passuth, Ed. Thames and Hudson, Londres, 1985
* « Le Monde selon Moholy-Nagy », Corinne Pencennat, in Beaux Arts magazine, n°92, juil. 1991
* « Laszlo Moholy-Nagy », C. David, G. Rondolino, A. Nakov et V. Loers, Ed. Musées de Marseille-RMN, Marseille, 1991
* « The Struggle for Utopia: Rodchenko, Lissitzky, Moholy-Nagy, 1917-1946 », Victor Margolin, University of Chicago Press, 1997
* « Dada », Laurent Le Bon, Ed. du Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005
* « Albers and Moholy-Nagy: From the Bauhaus to the New World », Achim Borchardt-Hume, Yale University Press, New Haven, 2006
* « Moholy-Nagy », Dominique Baqué, coll. Folio essais, Ed. Folio, Paris, 2007
* « Moholy-Nagy », Klemens Gruber et Oliver A.I. Botar, 2 vol., Lars Müller Publishers, Zurich (Suisse), 2012 (rééd. d'une publication de 1936)
* « Sensing the Future: Moholy-Nagy and the New Media », Oliver A.I. Botar, Lars Mueller Verlag, Zurich (Suisse), 2014
* « The Paintings of Moholy-Nagy: The Shape of Things to Come », Joyce Tsai, Santa Barbara Museum of Art and Yale University Press, New Haven et Londres, 2015
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Art movements

  • + BAUHAUS / 1919-1933 / Lyonel Feininger, Johannes Itten, Vassili Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Gerhard Marcks, Georg Muche, Oskar Schlemmer, etc.
  • + ABSTRACTION-CREATION / 1931-1938 / Etienne Béothy, Frantisek Kupka, Piet Mondrian, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Georges Vantongerloo, etc.
  • + PHOTOGRAPHY BETWEEN WARS / 1918-1939 / Robert Tatlin, Alexandre Rodchenko, etc.
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Artists on display

The art and the artists display: proclamations, galleries, museums, personal or collective exhibitions. On walls or in shop windows, wise or rebels, posters warn, argue, show. Some were specially conceived by an artist for such or such event, other, colder, have only the letter.

Some were created in lithographic technic, most are simple offset reproductions. They are many those who like collecting these rectangles of paper, monochrome or in games of colours, in matt paper or brilliant, with many words or almost dumb.

We are happy also to be able to greet, by this pages, mythical galleries as those of Denise René, Louis Carré, Claude Bernard, Berheim Jeune, Maeght, Pierre Loeb and others.

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