Attributed to Laszlo Moholy-Nagy and George Barford, Untitled, 1939. Courtesy of Bruce Silverstein Gallery, NY.

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Photogram, 1926 / László Moholy-Nagy / "He made this image without a camera by placing his hand, a paintbrush, and other objects on a sheet of photographic paper and exposing it to light.

Light Prop for an Electric Stage (Light-Space Modulator), c.1929 - Laszlo Moholy-Nagy - WikiArt.org

This exhibition replica of László Moholy-Nagy’s ‘Light Prop for an Electric Stage,’ which was first shown in was constructed in 2006 by Jürgen Steger and is now on exhibit at the Busch-Reisinger Museum.

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László Moholy-Nagy — Light Prop for an Electric Stage [Light-Space Modulator]

franz roh:  l. moholy-nagy – 60 fotos    klinkhardt & biermann, berlin, 1930  printer: f. bruckmann ag, münchen  size: 25 x 17 cm  photographer: laszlo moholy-nagy  designer: jan tschichold

franz roh: l. moholy-nagy – 60 fotos klinkhardt & biermann, berlin, 1930 printer: f. bruckmann ag, münchen size: 25 x 17 cm photographer: laszlo moholy-nagy designer: jan tschichold

László Moholy-Nagy, Untitled (Photogram), Dessau…

At first light: the most iconic camera-less photographs – in pictures

For well over a century, artists like Berenice Abbott, László Moholy-Nagy and Erwin Blumenfeld have been conducting wild photogram experiments, exploring the potency of light – without even using a camera.

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