Gyorgy Kepes on Display at Tate Liverpool

The work of Gyorgy Kepes, from 1937 through 1947, is on display at Tate Liverpool in northern England. Kepes was the first artist on staff at MIT when he began to teach visual communication in 1944. Kepes founded the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, now part of the Program in Art, Culture and Technology

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Photo: György Kepes at MIT, 1967. Photo credit: Ivan Massar. Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology.