"Krisis," by Aleksandr Rodchenko, 1923  ( war / photography / art / collage / russian / soviet / photo montage  )

Aleksandr Rodchenko, Krizis (Crisis), gelatin silver photograph after original photomontage made for Lët: Avio-stikhi in

4 A pesar del reconocimiento actual, Rodchenko se vio relegado al ostracismo estalinista, hasta el punto de tener que abandonar la fotografía en 1942. A pesar de que, antes y después de la revolución, se comprometio en asociaciones artísticas de carácter progresista y comunista.

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

Stadium Dinamo (Dynamo Stadium) by Alexander Rodchenko

View Stadium Dinamo Dynamo Stadium by Alexander Rodchenko on artnet. Browse more artworks Alexander Rodchenko from Richard Saltoun Gallery.

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

Grandes Fotógrafos: Alexander Rodchenko (1891-1956) : Caborian. Comunidad de fotografía. Foros, tutoriales, noticias, concursos

A great photographer who defined Russian photography. Particularly remembered for his sports photography, moved to Israel in 1972

Aleksander Rodchenko,   The Fire's Man,1929  Moscow, Russia  Style: Constructivism

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THE FIRE's MAN Aleksandr Mikhailovich Rodchenko (Russian was a Russian artist, sculptor, photographer and graphic designer. One of the founders of Constructivism and Russian design; he was married to the artist Varvara Stepanova.

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