The art of light
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Most influential artists and a great figure of modernity.
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This book is an extensive review of the work of one of the twentieth century´s most influential artists and a great figure of modernity, László Moholy-Nagy, someone who conceived the various forms of art as a whole and sought to suppress all hierarchies or separations among them.
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László Moholy-Nagy wanted to be a "total artist", simultaneously theoretical and practical, creating in various media and trying to overcome the separation between art and life. His was a radical, experimental art, without sacrificing any artistic practice and wandering from painting, to photography, to films. He also gave great importance to education and believed that man is the only builder of his existence. He was convinced of the importance of art and its ideological and educational functions.
In his numerous writings, Moholy-Nagy recorded his aesthetic concepts, both artistic and educational, as shown in Painting, Photography, Film, which contains his aesthetic theory of light.His aesthetic is built around the regulating principle of light, based on its biological foundation.