László Moholy-Nagy

Recent articles about László Moholy-Nagy

A message for modernity

Issue 92, Summer 2016


In the late 1950s I had tea in London with László Moholy-Nagy’s former…

Weimar volumes

Issue 91, Spring 2016


The musical Cabaret gave a popular view of Berlin between the two world wars;…

A tradition with breaks

Issue 86, Autumn 2013


Stencil typefaces – late arrivals on the typographic scene – are going in new directions and…

Buy this book

Issue 58, Winter 2005


Jürgen Holstein’s volume of rare Weimar-era jackets and covers is an extraordinary labour of love…

Instruments of radical change

Issue 26, Autumn 1997


Rodchenko, Lissitzy and Moholy-Nagy were founding fathers of modern graphic…

Max Bittrof: visual engineer

Issue 9, Summer 1993


Max Bittrof was one of the leading German designers of the 1920s. Unlike many exponents of the New…

Recent blog posts by László Moholy-Nagy

Tear-off type walls in Berlin

20 May 2013

The Bauhaus Archive presents a tour of German-language typographic history with ‘On-Type: Texts on Typography’.
They say that an exhibition should never be a book on a wall, but ‘On-Type’ is exactly that. The entire exhibition is made up of many books and texts all over the walls at Berlin’s Bauhaus Archive, writes Jessica Jenkins.