El Lissitzky painting.  Mother(El Lissitzky) - (Fotothing, 2013)

Mother(El Lissitzky) - (Fotothing, El Lissitzky was a Russian avant-garde painter, photographer, architect and designer. Along with his mentor Kazimir Malevich, Lissitzky helped found Suprematism.

1920s by russian constructivist artist alexander rodchenko

Shepard Fairey /Propaganda Poster Art after Russian Constructivist artist Alexander Rodchenko

kazimir malevich | Kazimir Malevich, Black Square, 1915 doek 80 x 80 cm Zuiver evenwicht der delen. Kunst is volgens Malevich geen decoratie of ornament maar onderzoek en transformatie. Hij zoekt vernieuwing. Het idee van leegte, afwezigheid die belangrijk wordt en het sterke contrast van zwart en wit. "Schilderen is geen proeve van kunnen maar de verwerkelijking van een idee", aldus Malevich.

Kazimir Malevich, Black Square, 1915

Black Square Kazimir Malevich, 1915 ”[…] the Black Square constituted the ‘zero of form’, an end to old conventions and the origin of a new pictorial language.

Kazimir Malevich - Suprematism n.56, lithograph...

Suprematist Composition 1916 by Kazimir Malevich Canvas Print L x H x D

Rodchenko He has successfully created an montage that appears to show someone looking down on the rest of the picture

tokyo: aleksandr rodchenko

Alexander Rodchenko photographs from the monograph, Rodchenko Photography 1924–1954.

Beyond Man Ray: essential avant-garde photography – in pictures

It's an Alexander Rodchenko sort of day! Girl with a Leica, 1934 (c) A. Rodchenko - V. Stepanova Archive, Moscow House of Photography. © Estate of Alexander Rodchenko/VAGA


kazimir malevich the knifegrinder oil painting oil paintings reproductions various other artists reproduction 40345

Revolution: Russian Art 1917–1932 | Exhibition | Royal Academy of Arts | Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin, Fantasy, 1925.

Hockney makes a big splash at Tate Britain while the heavy price of revolutionary art is tackled at the Royal Academy

Bartlett Year 1 Architecture Diary: Tatlin's Tower - Vladimir Tatlin

Vladimir Tatlin, model for the proposed Monument to the Third International, 1919 - 1920