Artists on Art - James Welling on Laszlo Moholy-Nagy

The photographs of James Welling, since his start among the “Pictures Generation” of the 1970s, have explored the technical reaches of the medium to create images addressing both abstraction and representation. Through his experimentations with Polaroids, photograms, black-and-white and color photography, and digital technology, he has worked with subject matter as varied as the poetry of Susan Howe, Andrew Wyeth’s paintings, architecture, and contemporary dance.

For Artists on Art, James Welling speaks on two photographs by László Moholy-Nagy.