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Rodchenko

Alexander (Mikhailovich). 1891--1956, Soviet painter, sculptor, designer, and photographer, noted for his abstract geometrical style: a member of the constructivist movement
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The sale also included the most important painting by Rodchenko to be offered at auction since 1988.
otra ideologa de este campo cultural, que trabajaba directamente para el proyecto estatal de Rodchenko.
The full colour plates and diagrams enhance the text creating a rich and detailed introduction to The Russian avant-garde of the 1920's and 1930s, featuring figures such as: Mayakovsky, Kandinsky, Malevich, Alexander Rodchenko, Meyerhold and many others.
While the influence and gigantic talent of the post-futurist and non-Jewish Alexander Rodchenko is everywhere and it is gratifying to be able to view the tensile photographs of Georgy Petrusov and Boris Ignatovich with their visual complexities and Hitchkockian angles, the show's focus is diffuse, and I miss the careful historical development the Jewish Museum has come to be known for.
Ahi pueden verse las esculturas voladoras con las que Tatlin intentaba demostrar el poder de los materiales desnudos; la poesia visual en los fotomontajes de Rodchenko, las vasijas y teteras que llevarian la nueva estetica a todas las mesas; el afan del rayonismo por capturar los ritmos y los colores de la radiacion solar, los trazos de una nueva escena teatral, los carteles de la nueva evangelizacion.
3 Moscow Lab 'cover-up': Lab director Grigory Rodchenko is said to have ordered 1,417 doping control samples to be destroyed three days before investigators arrived.
Visionaries like Popova and Rodchenko made Russia the storm-centre of the avant-garde without ever worshipping modernity for its own sake.
It is in itself not particularly unusual that the Soviet Alexander Rodchenko and the German Leni Riefenstahl would both find themselves photographing diving competitions and sporting events throughout the years 1933-1936.
Both Cazneaux and Rodchenko have a direct aesthetic connection with the dazzle patterns on WWI ships, and through dazzle with the disruptive patterns on animals including zebras.
O'Keeffe, para pasar al mundo de la fotografia con la figura gigante e innovadora de Alfred Stieglitz, y su admirador el polifacetico Rodchenko, impulsor de la perspectiva como escorzo o "desde el ombligo".
The partnership plans to unveil the reinterpreted works of other artists such as Alexander Rodchenko, Anni Albers and Jennifer Bartlett in the coming months.
When Camilla Gray publishes The Great Experiment: Russian Art 1863-1922, exciting interest in the great Bolshevik artists Vladimir Tatlin, Alexander Rodchenko, and their Constructivist, Productivist, and LEF comrades of the early, heroic Soviet years,