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THE NEW BAUHAUS Streaming on Select VOD Platforms

a film by Alysa Nahmias89 minutes | Documentary | US | Not Rated

AppleTV // Google Play // Vimeo


When radical Hungarian artist László Moholy-Nagy moved to Chicago in 1937, he spearheaded “The New Bauhaus,” a movement descended from the famous German school. An original Bauhaus member, Moholy-Nagy took a pioneering interdisciplinary mixed-media approach to art and design that was vastly ahead of its time. Featuring intimate interviews with Moholy-Nagy’s daughter and an in-depth exploration of his groundbreaking work, The New Bauhaus offers an illuminating portrait of a visionary teacher and thinker.

Directed by Alysa Nahmias
Written by Alysa Nahmias and Miranda Yousef
Featuring László Moholy-Nagy (archival footage), Hans Ulrich Obrist, Hattula Moholy-Nagy, Olaf Eliasson
Executive Produced by Marquise Stillwell, Lynda Weinman
Produced by Alysa Nahmias, Petter Ringbom


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