The Tate Modern presents “From the Bauhaus to the New World” – an exhibition that offers an opportunity to rediscover two major figures of twentieth-century art and design, Josef Albers and László Moholy-Nagy. The exhibition explores how both artists developed a radical abstract language which condensed art to the fundamental elements of line, colour, texture, light and form. It then follows their separate paths in the US where became instrumental in the transition of ground-breaking modernist ideas from Europe to the New World.

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