lászló moholy-nagy was born in hungary in 1895, in the 1920s he moved to germany and eventually became a teacher at the bauhaus. in the 1930s he landed in chicago and was instrumental in the spread of photographic education in the united states. he began his experiments with photography in the form of photograms in the 1920s. looking at these works today i am blown away at how interesting and relevant they still look and feel. i love his graphical approach to picture making and the spirit of experimentation in these. see more of lászló's work here.
[all lászló moholy-nagy. top to bottom: photogram no. 1 - the mirror.