Talk: Gallery Talk: Mark Lee and Lorraine Wild
Join Mark Lee and Lorriane Wild for a gallery talk in Moholy-Nagy: Future Present.
László Moholy-Nagy, one of the most versatile figures of the twentieth century avant-garde, believed in the potential of art as a vehicle for social transformation and in the value of new technologies in harnessing that potential. A pioneering painter, photographer, sculptor, and filmmaker as well as graphic, exhibition, and stage designer, Moholy fluidly moved between the fine and applied arts and conceived of creative production as a multimedia endeavor.
Mark Lee, principal, Johnston Marklee designed Moholy-Nagy: Future Present. Graphic designer Lorraine Wild is principal, Green Dragon Office. Carol S. Eliel, curator of Modern Art, LACMA and co-curator of Moholy-Nagy: Future Present will also participate in the conversation.
Image: László MoholyNagy, Photogram (detail), 1926, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Ralph M. Parsons Fund, © 2017 Hattula MoholyNagy/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG BildKunst, Bonn, photo © Museum Associates/LACMA