“With Florence Henri’s photos, photographic practice enters a new phase, the scope of which would have been unimaginable before today.” László Moholy-Nagy. Florence Henri’s work has featured in major institutional exhibitions worldwide, but this is the first time in many years that such a large body of the artist’s work is available for sale. The exhibition of Henri’s work comes at a timely moment with the celebration of the Bauhaus Centenary which remembers key movements and figures associated with the school. Henri trained first as a pianist in Rome and then as a painter under Fernand Léger, from whom she...
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