László Moholy–Nagy 125 exhibition design
The open-air installation series of the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center this year celebrates the work, photographic vision and art theory of László Moholy–Nagy, who was born 125 years ago. Visitors can get acquainted with Moholy–Nagy’s unique oeuvre in the shipping containers, which have been transformed into exhibition spaces for the third year in a row. The structure of the installations, the graphic design of the exhibition and the space were inspired by the world of Bauhaus. The concept of the interior is defined by Moholy–Nagy’s unique work, which examines the basic nature of light, focusing on the “new vision”. Viewers are invited to take photos of an illuminated mobile structure of colorful plexiglass shapes, and thereby join Moholy–Nagy in exploring the play of light.