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Alexander Rodtschenko

18.08.2016
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In the group against the system”appear political works, who rebel against the ideals and rules of adapted society. Posters, which were at times of the Russian Revolution and calling to a new life full of equal opportunities. Below are works by Kazimir Malevitsch, who as the founder of suprematism, breaks the established rules of the art and created their own. in 1915, he wrote the manifesto from Cubism to the suprematism. “The new scenic realism and was first suprematist paintings, such as the shown work suprematism” (1915), from.

The 20s at the end years of Dadaism influenced devoted to Alexander Rodtschenko of photomontage and photography. With strong abstract graphical effect and the unusual perspectives of his recordings, he broke through artistic conventions and was one of the major representatives of the Russian constructivists. The exhibited work “The Stripes” (1928) is an exemplary example of this important phase. We were for the new world, the world of industry, technology and science.”- Alexander Rodchenko Leinonen plays in his work with different political and social systems: the product-oriented company as a theme taken up as the quest for celebrity. To carry its messages, the artist refers to the marketing strategies of these systems. Advertising commercial products with end holes show his works show the influence of society and of marketing on every one of us.

Breaking the canvas”shows works by artists such as Louise Nevelson and cut images of the Italian avant-garde artist Lucio Fontana, which break up the canvas” and play with multiple elements. Joan Miro, created the rebel works especially in his late phase, is with the collage of Sobreteixim no. 5 (= “Overweave”) “, the beginning of the 1970s was represented. On display are also some rare works from the 1930s, such as painting for the ballet Jeux d’ Enfants”dating back to 1932. This work clearly documented Miros individual form language.

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