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Alexander Rodchenko
Revolution in photography
Julia B., April 21, 2008
Alexander Rodchenko_Regina Lemberg, 1934
Alexander Rodchenko_Regina Lemberg, 1934
 
By 1920 he was one of the most active members of the Institut Khudozhestvennoy Kultury - also known is Inkhuk - and he taught a Vkhutemas (High-Grade Art - Technical Workshops). Beginning in 1918 he was active for several years with the Committee of Applied Arts, a government agency. In 1921-22 he did illustrative work in theater, films, typography and advertising, and continued throughout the 1920s to provide cover designs for a remarkably wide range of publications - from the poet Mayakovsky's books (1925-29) to scientific and technical literature for Moscow publishers. He also designed the cover of Kino-Fot, a periodical of the Russian Constructivists which began in 1922 and in which Rodchenko was regularly published.

Alexander Rodchenko_Pioneer in Trumpet, 1930
Alexander Rodchenko_Pioneer in Trumpet, 1930
 
Alexander Rodchenko_Varvara Stepanova, 1924
Alexander Rodchenko_Varvara Stepanova, 1924
 
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