Art Into Life – Russian Constructivism 1914-1931

Softcover Published by The Henry Art Gallery/ Riizzoli 1990. Like New Condition 276 well illustrated pages.

Constructivism was a modern art movement that emerged in Russia in the early 20th century, with the aim of merging the world of art and design with the ongoing social and industrial changes of the period. Artists in this movement believed that art should not only be beautiful but also have a practical purpose in society. The emphasis was on functional design, geometric shapes, and innovative use of materials.

This book surveys the movement in Russia from 1914-1932,



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