Alexander Rodchenko, Non-objective painting, 1917

Alexander Rodchenko, Non-Objective Composition Rodchenko Non-Objective Composition 1917

Alexander Rodchenko, Black on Black, 1918

colin-vian: “ Alexander Rodchenko - Black on Black, 1918 ”

Gustav Klutsis, Workers, 1930.  An example of a Constructivism era poster

Gustav Klutsis, Workers, An example of a Constructivism era poster

Alexander Rodchenko, Pure Red, Pure Yellow, Pure Blue, 1921

Alexander Rodchenko, Pure Red, Pure Yellow, Pure Blue Moscow, oil on canvas.

Alexander Rodchenko, Dobrolet, 1923

Alexander Rodchenko, Dobrolet, 1923

Rodchenko was inspired by the work of Suprematist Kazimir Malevich whose work led to the development of the constructivism movement.

Rodchenko was inspired by the work of Suprematist Kazimir Malevich whose work led to the development of the constructivism movement.

An example of Rodchenko's photo montage style in this collabration with poet Vladimir Mayakovsky in which Rodchenko Illustrated.

Vladimir MAYAKOVSKY-Georgia 1893 – Russia eto [About this] by Vladimir Mayakovsky 1923 a bound book containing eight photomontage works by Rodchenko - Print, Illustrated book, planographic Technique: photolithograph, montage

Alexander Rodchenko, Books, 1924

by Russian Constructivist artist Alexander Rodchenko Contemporary artist, graphic designer and illustrato.

Alexander Rodchenko, Non-Objective composition, 1918

Alexander Rodchenko, Non-Objective composition, 1918

The Bolshevik Revolution spurred the creation of constructivism in Russia.

The Bolshevik Revolution spurred the creation of constructivism in Russia.

Poster by Varvara Stepanova, a Constructivism artist who was married to Rodchenko

Poster by Varvara Stepanova, a Constructivism artist who was married to Rodchenko

Alexander Rodchenko, Ad for Red October bisquittes, 1923

Alexander Rodchenko, Ad for Red October bisquittes, 1923

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