Accompanying the exhibition 'A Picture of the Bauhaus. The photo collection of Thomas Walther' (5th December 2012 until 24th February 2013), it is dedicated to the photographical legacy of Bauhaus: the photographic imaging techniques of one László Moholy-Nagy, for whom work with the camera meant the visualization of an idea, rather than the depiction of an external reality. His opposite, Walter Peterhans however focused on nothing less than a precise assessment of reality. T. Lux Feininger, on the other hand, was interested in the social moment, Umbo in portrait and photojournalism. The New Vision – invented by Moholy-Nagy – knew many facets and exceptional perspectives.
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