The Visual Arts in the Soviet Union in the 1920s
El Lissitsky
Beat the Whites with the Red Wedge , 1920
Proun #30, 1920s
Proun, c. 1925
Proun, 1920s
Proun, 1920s
Book Cover, 1922
Book Design
Book Design, 1923
Mayakovsky Poem
Cloud-Iron, 1925
Vladimir Tatlin
Counter-Relief, 1914
Monument to the 3rd International, 1920
 
 
Posters of the 1920s and Early 1930s
 
Evil of the World: A Tragedy
The Electric Chair
The Battleship Potemkin
Glory to the Heroes of the Potemkin!
Beat the Enemy of the Cultural Revolution
On “The Hospital Fund”
For Socialist Construction
 
The Workers’ State Will Be Built Through Labor
 
We Will Fulfill the Plan
 
Industrial Smoke Is the Breath of Soviet Russia
 
All of Moscow Is Building the Metro
There Is a Metro!
The Battle for Technical Equipment
For the Defense of the USSR
Aleksandr Rodchenko
 
 
 
Constructivist Clothing Design
Courier, 1922
Ladder
Balconies, 1925
LEF Journal, 1928
Courtyard on Myasnitskaya St., 1928
Gathering for a Demonstration, 1928
To a Demonstration, 1928
Pioneer, 1930
Concert During Work Break, 1933
Chauffeur, 1933
Girl With Leica, 1934
Live Badge, 1930
Male Pyramid, 1936
Architecture
Ogonyok  Publishing House El Lissitzsky, 1928
Zuyev Workers’ Club, Moscow Ilya Golosov, 1929
Dziga Vertov and the Kinoki (Kino-Eyes)
 
Lenin Unaware Kinoki, c. 1922
Lenin Lying in State Kinoki, 1924
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The Visual Arts in the Soviet Union in the 1920s

  1. 1. The Visual Arts in the Soviet Union in the 1920s
  2. 2. El Lissitsky
  3. 3. Beat the Whites with the Red Wedge , 1920
  4. 4. Proun #30, 1920s
  5. 5. Proun, c. 1925
  6. 6. Proun, 1920s
  7. 7. Proun, 1920s
  8. 8. Book Cover, 1922
  9. 9. Book Design
  10. 10. Book Design, 1923
  11. 11. Mayakovsky Poem
  12. 12. Cloud-Iron, 1925
  13. 13. Vladimir Tatlin
  14. 14. Counter-Relief, 1914
  15. 15. Monument to the 3rd International, 1920
  16. 18. Posters of the 1920s and Early 1930s
  17. 20. Evil of the World: A Tragedy
  18. 21. The Electric Chair
  19. 22. The Battleship Potemkin
  20. 23. Glory to the Heroes of the Potemkin!
  21. 24. Beat the Enemy of the Cultural Revolution
  22. 25. On “The Hospital Fund”
  23. 26. For Socialist Construction
  24. 28. The Workers’ State Will Be Built Through Labor
  25. 30. We Will Fulfill the Plan
  26. 32. Industrial Smoke Is the Breath of Soviet Russia
  27. 34. All of Moscow Is Building the Metro
  28. 35. There Is a Metro!
  29. 36. The Battle for Technical Equipment
  30. 37. For the Defense of the USSR
  31. 38. Aleksandr Rodchenko
  32. 42. Constructivist Clothing Design
  33. 43. Courier, 1922
  34. 44. Ladder
  35. 45. Balconies, 1925
  36. 46. LEF Journal, 1928
  37. 47. Courtyard on Myasnitskaya St., 1928
  38. 48. Gathering for a Demonstration, 1928
  39. 49. To a Demonstration, 1928
  40. 50. Pioneer, 1930
  41. 51. Concert During Work Break, 1933
  42. 52. Chauffeur, 1933
  43. 53. Girl With Leica, 1934
  44. 54. Live Badge, 1930
  45. 55. Male Pyramid, 1936
  46. 56. Architecture
  47. 57. Ogonyok Publishing House El Lissitzsky, 1928
  48. 58. Zuyev Workers’ Club, Moscow Ilya Golosov, 1929
  49. 59. Dziga Vertov and the Kinoki (Kino-Eyes)
  50. 61. Lenin Unaware Kinoki, c. 1922
  51. 62. Lenin Lying in State Kinoki, 1924

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