Moholy-Nagy

Biographical monograph of a recognisable 20th century trajectory: 'Hungary and Kassak's Activist Circle during the First World War to Germany and the Bauhaus, from England in the 1930s to America and the foundation of the New Bauhaus in Chicago'; containing extracts from the artist's letters, diaries and reminisences and critical commentary, translated from the Hungarian and German; 252 reproductions, 44 colour, 450pp., indexed.

Publisher: Thames and Hudson. First American edition
Edition: First Edition
Place Published: New York
Fine in dustwrapper lightly sunned on the spine


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