Photographer, writer and intellectual, Lucia Moholy (born Lucia Schulz, Karolinenthal, Prague, 1894 - Zollikon, Zurich, 1989) is a central figure in the 20th century history of photography, although the fame of her husband, the renowned artist László Moholy-Nagy, overshadowed her work for a long time.
Through her photographs, an exemple of the German avant-garde and of the Neue Sachlichkeit, it is possible to understand the complexity of her artistic personality and to reconstruct the role she played in the cultural history of the past century.
Chiasso, Museo m.a.x., November 2012 - January 2013
Germany in the 1920s: Towards a New Art
Life as Witness: Notes on the Photographic Works of Lucia Moholy between Still Life and Portraiture
The Twofold Gaze of Lucia Moholy between Photography and Life
Nicoletta Ossanna Cavadini
A Hundred Years of Photography. A Critical Rereading of an Innovative Contribution
László Moholy-Nagy and Photography as a Medium for “Writing and Drawing with Light”
Portraits of the Bauhaus Masters
Marginal Notes on Moholy-Nagy. Documentary Absurdites
List of Exhibited Works
edited by Sabrina Cerea