Born in Austria-Hungary, the painter and photographer László Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946) taught at the German
Bauhaus school. Among his initial influences were, mostnotably, the Dada movement and Constructivism. Known for his experimental approach to art, he introduced technology into his works and believed in art bringing forth social change. The rise of the Nazis forced him to leave Germany. He found a new home in America where he continued his lifelong quest to bring together art, technology, and education.
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