Although he thought of himself as a painter, Moholy-Nagy is primarily remembered for his work as a photographer, in particular for his collaborations with Walter Gropius and other members of the Bauhaus. He wrote the definitive text on Bauhaus photography, "Painting, Photography, Motion Pictures" (19
Master of the macabre, avatar of evil, intensifier of suspense, Hitchcock is the acknowledged king of the thriller genre he virtually invented. Hitchcock cheerfully poked ironic fun at the evil nesting inside the nicest of people. At the height of his career in 1950s Hollywood, his sophisticated blen
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Rodon began to make art at age nine, when he sketc