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John Miles Ltd, Amen Corner, St. Paul’s, London EC4.
In 1936, émigré photographer László Moholy-Nagy realised The Street Markets of London together with the journalist Mary Benedetta, setting the book within the overarching theme of urban photography.
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Anonymous. “London Street Markets.” The Observer, 20 September 1936, p. 9.
Benedetta, Mary. The Street Markets of London. Photographs by László Moholy-Nagy. John Miles, 1936.
Benedetta, Mary. The Street Markets of London (reissued 1972). Photographs by László Moholy-Nagy. Benjamin Blom, 1972.
Betjeman, John. An Oxford University Chest. Photographs by László Moholy-Nagy. John Miles, 1938.
Carullo, Valeria. Moholy-Nagy in Britain 1935–1937. Lund Humphries, 2019.
Fergusson, Bernard. Eton Portrait. Photographs by László Moholy-Nagy. John Miles, 1937.
J. B. “London’s Street Markets.” The Manchester Guardian, 23 October 1936, p. 6.
Moholy-Nagy, László. “Foreword.” Mary Benedetta. The Street Markets of London. Photographs by László Moholy-Nagy. John Miles, 1936, pp. vii–viii.
Senter, Terence. “Moholy-Nagy’s English Photography.” The Burlington Magazine, vol. 123, no. 944, November 1981, pp. 659–671. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/880538. Accessed 9 March 2021.
Senter, Terence. “László Moholy-Nagy: The Transitional Years.” Albers and Moholy-Nagy: From the Bauhaus to the New World, edited by Achim Borchardt-Hume, exh. cat. Tate Modern, London, 2006, pp. 85–91.
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My deepest thanks go to Natalia Hug from The Moholy-Nagy Foundation for giving me permission to reproduce the works of László Moholy-Nagy.
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László Moholy-Nagy emigrated to London in 1935, where he worked in close contact with the local avantgarde and was commissioned for window display decoration, photo books, advertising and film work.
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Six years after her arrival in London, the photographer Lucia Moholy published her book A Hundred Years of Photography 1839–1939, on the occasion of the centenary of photography.
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