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Das Bild der Moderne

With her photographs of the Bauhaus buildings, the photographer and publicist Lucia Moholy (1894 - 1989) left a lasting mark on the image of the art school. As László Moholy-Nagy's wife, she lived with him at the Bauhaus and, in his shadow, did important work for numerous artists and the institution itself.

Bröhan Museum, Außenaufnahme
Bröhan Museum, Außenaufnahme © Broehan Museum, Foto: Martin Adam

Her photographs played a major role in bringing the ideas and content of the Hochschule to the public. The solo exhibition is dedicated to the artist's oeuvre as a whole:

In addition to factual photographs of the workshop works, the exhibition primarily features portrait series of Bauhaus teachers, friends, and other important protagonists of modernism in Germany. Although she was not employed at the Bauhaus, her photographs were instrumental in making the Bauhaus known and famous.

Special attention will be paid to Lucia Moholy's time in Berlin.
Additional information
Free guided tours
Every Saturday, 3 pm, there is a free guided tour of the exhibition (plus admission). Without registration.

Inclusive guided tours in German and in German Sign Language
On every second Saturday of the month, 3 p.m., there is a free guided tour in German and in German Sign Language (plus admission). Without registration.
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