Constructivism<br />1915-1940<br />By: Nicole del Monaco<br />
Artist<br />Wassily Kandinsky <br />Laszlo Moholy-Nagy<br />El Lissitzky<br />Alexander Rodchenko<br />
Constructivism<br />The term &quot;Constructivism&quot; describes both an art and an attitude towards life and art that or...
Wassily Kandinsky <br />Was&quot;Composition VIII&quot;. 1923 year<br />Oil on canvas<br />140х201 sm<br />sily Kandinsky ...
Wassily Kandinsky <br />&quot;Small Dream In Red&quot;. 1925 year<br />Oil on cardboard<br />35,5х41,2 sm<br />Bern Kunstm...
Laszlo Moholy-Nagy <br />Study with pins and ribbons <br />1937-38, color print, assembly (Vivex) process 34.9 x 26.5 cm. ...
El Lissitzky<br />Proun 2C, oil, paper and metal on wood, 60 x 40cm, Philadelphia Museum of Art, A. E. Gallatin Collection...
Alexander Rodchenko<br />Dance, an Objectless Composition 1915<br />
Alexander Rodchenko<br />Suprematist Composition 1918<br />Suprematist Composition 191<br />Suprematist Composition 1918<b...
work cited<br />http://www.the-art-world.com/history/constructivism.htm<br />http://www.artexpertswebsite.com/pages/artist...
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Constructivism

  1. 1. Constructivism<br />1915-1940<br />By: Nicole del Monaco<br />
  2. 2. Artist<br />Wassily Kandinsky <br />Laszlo Moholy-Nagy<br />El Lissitzky<br />Alexander Rodchenko<br />
  3. 3. Constructivism<br />The term &quot;Constructivism&quot; describes both an art and an attitude towards life and art that originated in Russia<br />Constructivism was an invention of the Russian avant-garde that found adherents across the continent.<br />The art is often very reductive as well, paring the artwork down to its basic elements<br />The Constructivists sought an art of order, which would reject the past (the old order which had culminated in World War I) and lead to a world of more understanding, unity, and peace.<br />
  4. 4. Wassily Kandinsky <br />Was&quot;Composition VIII&quot;. 1923 year<br />Oil on canvas<br />140х201 sm<br />sily Kandinsky <br />
  5. 5. Wassily Kandinsky <br />&quot;Small Dream In Red&quot;. 1925 year<br />Oil on cardboard<br />35,5х41,2 sm<br />Bern Kunstmuseum<br />
  6. 6. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy <br />Study with pins and ribbons <br />1937-38, color print, assembly (Vivex) process 34.9 x 26.5 cm. Gift of Walter Clark,GEHNEG: 31357 ,78:1421:0007 <br />
  7. 7. El Lissitzky<br />Proun 2C, oil, paper and metal on wood, 60 x 40cm, Philadelphia Museum of Art, A. E. Gallatin Collection (Proun Inv. 14), c1920.<br />
  8. 8. Alexander Rodchenko<br />Dance, an Objectless Composition 1915<br />
  9. 9. Alexander Rodchenko<br />Suprematist Composition 1918<br />Suprematist Composition 191<br />Suprematist Composition 1918<br />
  10. 10. work cited<br />http://www.the-art-world.com/history/constructivism.htm<br />http://www.artexpertswebsite.com/pages/artists/rodchenko.php<br />http://www.eldritchpress.org/el/elc.html<br />http://www.geh.org/fm/amico99/htmlsrc2/index.html<br />http://www.wassilykandinsky.net/<br />

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