Gertrud Arndt

Moholy-Nagy and The New Vision

Published in 1990, this unique, and rather scarce, catalogue accompanied an exhibition of nearly 100 works by Lazlo Moholy-Nagy and other Bauhaus artists that was held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, July 19-Aug. 28, 1990. Moholy-Nagy and his colleagues (such as Walter Gropius) were advocates of a movement called The New Vision (Neue Optik; Neues Sehen), who sought to move photography from its “landscape” models to an art that could offer new ways of seeing the objective world that was invisible to the human glance. New Vision advocates experimented with unconventional forms and techniques, using unusual angles, new uses of light and shadow, photomontage and collage, etc. This book collects and reproduces a wonderful selection of the works featured in the exhibition fromLaszlo Moholy-Nagy, Aenne Biermann, Paul Citoen, Franz Roh, T. Lux Feininger, Umbo, Walter Peterhans, Karl Straub, Franz Ehrlich, Heinz Loew, Walter Funkat, Herbert Bayer, Katt Both, Edmund Collein, Eugen Batz, Gertrud Arndt, Gyula Pap, Lotte Stam-Beese, Werner Mantz, Jaroslav Rossler.
Text in Japanese with captions in English and German.

Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Aenne Biermann, Paul Citoen, Franz Roh, T. Lux Feininger, Umbo, Walter Peterhans, Karl Straub, Franz Ehrlich, Heinz Loew, Walter Funkat, Herbert Bayer, Katt Both, Edmund Collein, Eugen Batz, Gertrud Arndt, Gyula Pap, Lotte Stam-Beese, Werner Mantz, Jaroslav Rossler.

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