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PHOTOGRAPHER
EL LISSITZKY
DESIGN
ALEKSANDR RODCHENKO
MALEVICH
DESIGNED
ART
ARCHITECTURE
KAZIMIR MALEVICH
GERMANY
AVANT-GARDE
PROPAGANDA
ABSTRACT
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GREATLY
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Definitions

  1. El Lissitzky was appointed as head of the architecture faculty of the academy VKhutemas soon after this event, his colleagues were Rodsjenko and Tatlin. (Web site)
  2. El Lissitzky was also preoccupied from early to late career with the book design.
  3. El Lissitzky was among the few foreign artists that were commissioned to design a cover. (Web site)
  4. El Lissitzky was born Lazar Markovich Lisitskii on November 23, 1890, in Pochinok, in the Russian province of Smolensk, and grew up in Vitebsk.
  5. El Lissitzky was born on November 23, 1890 in Pochinok, a small Jewish community 50 km southeast of Smolensk, former Russian Empire. (Web site)

Photographer

  1. Options V to us designers as photomanipulation by Russian architect, designer, photographer and typographer el lissitzky. (Web site)
  2. The photographer el lissitzky produced a series of commercial designs for the company Pelikan in order to pay for a health cure in Switzerland. (Web site)

El Lissitzky

  1. The movement was an important influence on new graphic design techniques championed by El Lissitzky. (Web site)
  2. It's a bit more pure El Lissitzky to be honest, crossed with a hefty early 80s aesthetic. (Web site)
  3. In 1919 he joined Marc Chagall at his revolutionary art school in Vitebsk, where he exerted a strong influence on El Lissitzky.
  4. The group received a boost when El Lissitzky became a proponent in the mid-20s, designing the one issue of the journal ASNOVA News in 1926.
  5. Tschichold, Bauhaus typographers such as Herbert Bayer and Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, and El Lissitzky are the fathers of graphic design as we know it today.

Design

  1. Tschichold, Bauhaus typographers such as Herbert Bayer and Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, and El Lissitzky are the fathers of graphic design as we know it today.
  2. There was some crossover with Constructivism, with Suprematists such as Popova and especially El Lissitzky working on propaganda and industrial design.

Aleksandr Rodchenko

  1. Malevich drew Aleksandr Rodchenko and El Lissitzky to his revolutionary, nonobjective art.
  2. E - The Getty Research Institute has produced an excellent website presenting the life and work of the artist El Lissitzky.
  3. Wendingen El Lissitzky was among thefew foreign artists that were commissioned to design a cover. (Web site)
  4. Desde 1922 hasta 1931, El Lissitzky se traslad-- a Europa occidental para difundir las ideas de la vanguardia rusa.
  5. El Lissitzky's first suprematist book is a story about how two squares, one red, one black, transform a world.

Malevich

  1. El Lissitzky ultimately favoured Malevich's suprematism and broke away from traditional Jewish art. (Web site)
  2. A site devoted to the life and work of El Lissitzky (1890-1941); includes links to related resources on Lissitzky and Russian modernism.
  3. At this point El Lissitzky subscribed fully to suprematism and, under the guidance of Malevich, helped further develop the movement. (Web site)

Designed

  1. The constructivist El Lissitzky designed the catalogue's cover.
  2. ImageMetadata File history File links A photomontage of a building, The Wolkenbügel, designed, but not built, by Russian artist El Lissitzky. (Web site)

Art

  1. Find el lissitzky Prints and Posters at Art.com. (Web site)
  2. This exhibition features two complete sets of el lissitzky----s futuristic portfolios commissioned by the Kestner Society in 1923, 20 prints in all. (Web site)
  3. Situating El Lissitzky reassesses the complex career of one of the most influential yet controversial experimental artists of the early twentieth century. (Web site)
  4. El Lissitzky retained his reputation as the master of exhibition art and management into late thirties. (Web site)
  5. The photographer el lissitzky produced a series of commercial designs for the company Pelikan in order to pay for a health cure in Switzerland. (Web site)

Architecture

  1. El Lissitzky also popularised the style abroad with his 1930 book The Reconstruction of Architecture in Russia.
  2. In the works which he called Prouns - El Lissitzky sought an 'interchange station between paintings and architecture'.

Kazimir Malevich

  1. Originated by Kazimir Malevich and disseminated by El Lissitzky and the Bauhaus school, it had far-reaching influence on Western art and design.
  2. It was created by El Lissitzky, who was one of the originators of Suprematism movement along with Kazimir Malevich. (Web site)

Germany

  1. Wikimedia Commons has media related to: El Lissitzky ^ a b c d El Lissitzky in Weimar Germany.
  2. Like many other Jews then living in the Russian Empire, El Lissitzky went to study in Germany. (Web site)

Avant-Garde

  1. But dinnerware by a master of the Soviet avant-garde such as El Lissitzky is a real revelation.
  2. This illustrated version of the popular Passover song "Had gadya" was the wonderfully playful offspring of the avant-garde artist El Lissitzky (1890-1941).
  3. Systran El Lissitzky Constructivist of the Russian Avant-Garde `The cinematography is sharp, distinct, and well lit. (Web site)
  4. Extractions: El Lissitzky, artista, arquitecto y dise--ador ruso, fue una de las m--s destacadas figuras de la avant-garde de principios del siglo veinte. (Web site)

Propaganda

  1. El Lissitzky "Beat the Whites with the Red wedge", a 1919 lithograph is a perfect and famous example of using abstract art for very clear political message. (Web site)
  2. Along with El Lissitzky's efforts towards the advancement of propaganda art, El Lissitzky worked tirelessly for ways to better life with art.
  3. Later on, he met Sophie Kuppers, a widow of an art director of a gallery that El Lissitzky was showing at, who he would later marry in 1927. (Web site)
  4. EL LISSITZKY, 1923 Art--culo publicado en la revista "Merz", dirigida por Kurt Schwitters, en su n--mero 4, de julio de 1923. (Web site)

Abstract

  1. El Lissitzky "Beat the Whites with the Red wedge", a 1919 lithograph is a perfect and famous example of using abstract art for very clear political message. (Web site)
  2. El Lissitzky----s contribution to the abstract art of the twenties is well known and has been analysed in a whole series of articles, books and catalogues. (Web site)

Prints

  1. This exhibition features two complete sets of el lissitzky----s futuristic portfolios commissioned by the Kestner Society in 1923, 20 prints in all. (Web site)
  2. Find el lissitzky Prints and Posters at Art.com. (Web site)

Greatly

  1. Malevich would bring with him a wealth of new ideas, most of which both clashed with Chagall and greatly inspired El Lissitzky. (Web site)
  2. These books were El Lissitzky's first major foray in book design, a field that he would greatly innovate during his career. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Culture > Arts > Visual Arts > Design
  2. Arts > Visual Arts > Design > Graphic Design
  3. Glossaries > Glossary of Graphic Designers /
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