By Henry Art Gallery
Art Into Life: Russian Constructivism, 1914 - 1932

The story of the Constructivists is that of an artistic avant-garde caught up in a profound social transformation following the 1917 Soviet revolution and their decision to take ‘art into life,’ leaving behind the creation of artistic objects for the challenge of utilitarian design. This handsome volume, the catalogue for a 1990 exhibition at the Henry Art Gallery, explores Russian Constructivism in depth. It includes numerous examples of Aleksandr Rodchenko's work as well as work by many lesser known artists and designers.

Introduction by Richard Andrews and Milena Kalinovska; essays by Jaroslav Andel, Stephen Bann, et al.; artist biographies by Owen Smith

 

Softcover, 276 pages

9.75 x 9.75 inches

Publisher: Henry Art Gallery; New York: Rizzoli, 1990

Designer: Douglas Wadden

Printer: Toppan Printing, Inc., Tokyo, Japan

ISBN: 978935558276

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