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Design theorist and academician. A leading designer at the Bauhaus in Germany, Moholy-Nagy founded and directed the New Bauhaus in Chicago and its ultimate successor, the Institute of Design, which became part of IIT in 1949. His commitment to the unity of art and technology made him one of the most influential art and design theorists of the first half of the 20th century.
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