IMAGE: Design and artwork by László Moholy-Nagy. Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago. Image from The New Bauhaus courtesy of Opendox. Art courtesy of the Moholy-Nagy Foundation. Director: Alysa Nahmias. Photographer: Petter Ringbom.

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Art and Design Film: The New Bauhaus: OUTDOOR SCREENING

Gates open at 6:30P; Film begins at 7:30P

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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. Moholy-Nagy’s interdisciplinary approach to art and design was vastly ahead of its time. Exploring his work in depth, The New Bauhaus offers an illuminating portrait of innovative artist and educator whose pioneering approach to integrating technology into design continues to influence and inspire.

Directed by Alysa Nahmias, 2019, 85 min.

Watch the trailer below.
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  • This is an outdoor event with contactless check-in. Capacity in the amphitheater has been reduced to accommodate social distancing.
  • Masks will be required during film screening. Please review our updated visitor health & safety guidelines here.
  • Bring a blanket or camp chair; picnics are also welcome on the grounds.
  • Tickets purchased for outdoor screening for an individual or household of up to four people seated together in a 6 x 6-foot space. All individuals in your household/party must reserve tickets together.