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James Welling on László Moholy-Nagy

James Welling on László Moholy-Nagy
The photographs of James Welling have, since his start among the “Pictures Generation” of the 1970s, explored the technical reaches of the medium to create images addressing both abstraction and representation. In this video, Welling is struck by two prints by László Moholy-Nagy: a photogram from 1926 and the photograph “Marseilles,” 1929.
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