Laszlo Moholy Nagy (1895-1946)

 Laszlo Moholy Nagy (1895-1946)

He was a Hungarian painter and photographer and a professor at the Bauhaus School. He believed in the combination of technology and industry into the arts. The Bauhaus made designs which were mass produced in factories so everybody could afford the items. He believed in using the latest technology for his artworks, photography and film making. He was a futurist believing in progress and using modern materials and the latest technology.

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