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In this short film, artists and commentators discuss the impact of Albers and Moholy-Nagy on contemporary art and design. Artists Daniel Sturgis and Michael Craig-Martin describe the importance of Albers’s groundbreaking explorations of form and colour, while design commentator Alice Rawsthorn and photographer Idris Khan talk about Moholy-Nagy’s obsession with light, and his enormous influence on twentieth-century design and photography.
This short film was produced on the occasion of Albers & Moholy-Nagy: From Bauhaus to the New World and is for educational purposes only. All Albers images: © 2006. The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/ VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn and DACS, London. All Moholy-Nagy images: © 2006 Hattula Moholy-Nagy / DACS
This teachers’ pack has been produced to accompany the exhibition Albers and Moholy-Nagy: From the Bauhaus to the New World at Tate Modern. It focuses on four key works by Albers and Moholy-Nagy and provides information, discussion points and classroom activities about each one. There is also general information about Albers and Moholy-Nagy and their careers at the Bauhaus. The pack is designed to both support a visit to the exhibition and to link with work you are doing in the classroom.
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- The Genius of Colour by Victor Moscoso, Gabriel Orozco and Robert Mangold, Tate Etc. Issue 6, Spring 2006
- A Ouija board quest to contact the spirit of Joseph Albers by Paul Elliman, Tate Etc. Issue 6, Spring 2006