Publicidade de 1925, de Aleksander Rodchenko, com a inscrição "Books in All Branches of Knowledge" na qual a palavra livro se encontra destacada. A composição triangular estridente cria uma sensação auditiva. Pode se efectuar uma ligação aos poemas visuais do futurista Marinetti, que elevam o tom tipográfico para romper com as tradições artísticas anteriores e mais tarde numa evolução o construtivismo russo como propaganda política.

Alexander Rodchenko and Russian Constructivism

1920s by russian constructivist artist alexander rodchenko

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

Alexander Rodchenko, Costume design for We, 1919-1920 © Federal State Budget Institution of Culture “A. A. Bakhrushin State Central Theatre Museum”, Moscow.

A Celebration of Russian Avant-Garde Theatre

Drama studio theme Alexander Rodchenko, Costume design for We,

Alexander Rodchenko

Lily Brik - Portrait for the poster Knigi (Books), 1924 - probably the best known Rodchenko's photo

Rodchenko, Alexander

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Alexander Rodchenko. Used photographs and was an early pioneer of photograms - belonged to the Russian Constructivist Movement.

Alexander Rodchenko - Caricature Showing Osip Brik, variant of a cover for LEF Magazine 1924 - Gelatin-silver print - x cm - Private collection - © Rodchenko’s Archive - ProLitteris, Zurich

Two Figures on Red, 1920. Varvara Stepanova (1894-1958) was Russian painter and designer of Lithuanian birth. She trained at the Kazan’ School of Art (c. 1910–11) where she met Aleksandr Rodchenko, whom she subsequently married.  In 1921, together with Aleksei Gan, Rodchenko and Stepanova formed the first Working Group of Constructivists, which rejected fine art in favour of graphic design, photography, posters, and political propaganda.

Varvara Stepanova - Two Figures on Red, 1920

Alexander Rodchenko, designer

Artwork by Alexander Rodchenko

Construction - Alexander Rodchenko -

Construction, 1917 by Alexander Rodchenko (Fine Art Art reproduction Alexander Rodchenko)

Russian Avant-Garde magazine Machinery and Life - Tekhnika i Zhizn. Covers designed by the notable constructivist designers, Alexei Gan (c 1889-1940), and Alexander Rodchenko (1891-1956). Printed by Transpechat in Moscow, 1925. The issue features a picture of Varvara Stepanova on the cover wearing a headscarf with a pattern designed by Lyubov Popova.

Books -> Constructivist Magazines -> Tekhnika i Zhizn, issue 1925

Alexander Rodchenko - Guard, Shukov Tower

Sentry of the Shukov Tower; Copyright: © Estate of Alexander Rodchenko/RAO, Moscow/VAGA, New York

From early vanguard constructivist works by Alexander Rodchenko and El Lissitzky, to the modernist images of Arkady Shaikhet and Max Penson, Soviet photographers played a pivotal role in the history of photography. Covering the period from the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution through the 1930s, this exhibition explores how early modernist photography influenced a new Soviet style while energizing and expanding the nature of the medium — and how photography, film, and poster art were…

Soviet photographers played a pivotal role in the history of photography. Covering the period from the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution through the

alexander rodchenko construtivismo design fotografia sovietico tipografia

alexander rodchenko: o dever de experimentar

You Could Have It So Much Better: Franz Ferdinand: Music

Construtivismo Russo - Os construtivistas desejavam por benefícios sociais para a produção de massas. Nos anos 20, uma comunidade internacional de artistas começa a formalizar os princípios construtivistas. Entre eles, Alexander Rodchenko, El Lissitzky, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy e Theo van Doesburg.

Lester Beall, Rural Electrification Campaign, c.

Alexander Rodchenko

Alexander Rodchenko by PalomaDyz

Alexander Rodchenko. 'Portrait of the Artist's Mother' 1924

Alexander Rodchenko Portrait of the Artist’s Mother 1924