Wednesday, October 31, 2012

An Objectless Composition

This piece, An Objectless Composition, was done by Alexander Rodchenko in 1915. It is a Russian Avante-Garde. This was a popular type of art in the early 1900's. Alexander was influential in the Russian Revolution, and used his graphic design abilities to transform ideas into art with his painting. I like this piece because it offers a lot of ideas into one. It can be seen as many objects together working in harmony, or at a different angle no objects at all. 

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