A little chopped liver for J-Mos

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3 Responses to “A little chopped liver for J-Mos”

  1. corndoggie Says:

  2. J Moser Says:

    There’s absolutely nothing not to like about that.

  3. corndoggie Says:

    Glad you don’t not like it.

    When will we see J-Mos at the MIT Museum?

    I’d say, at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies founded by my late pal (no lie!) Gyorgy Kepes:

    but it seems perhaps to be moribund:

    and MIT’s art/science energy directed to this:

    Kepes was a charming Hungarian who knew Bartok and was once at a Berlin art gallery opening in the ’30s when Hitler showed up with his entourage. A colleague of Moholy-Nagy, he published “The Language of Vision” in 1944, an influential book which is still in print.


    New York TImes: “A Master of Image and Information”

    New York Times obit:


    Some of his painting and photography:

    More art and pictures of the handsome fellow himself:

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