Art Story : Constructivism Art Movement
Constructivism was the last and most influential modern art movement to flourish in Russia in the 20th century. This site includes these artists : Naum Gabo, El Lissitsky, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Lyubov Popova, Alexander Rodchenko, Varvara Stepanova, and Vladimir Tatlin
Artcyclopedia: Kasimir Malevich
This commercial fine art search engine provides listings of the artist's works in museums and image galleries, as well as links to websites and articles.
Constructivism: Introduction and Rodchenko's Collage
In the late teens and early twenties, Soviet artists and designers attempted to put their talents to use for the new communist state....
Guggenheim Collection: Constructivism
Vladimir Tatlin and some of his colleagues, such as Lev Bruni, Ivan Kliun, and Ivan Puni, influenced by Pablo Picasso's Cubist sculptures, began to make abstract, nonutilitarian constructions in Russia in the years just before the 1917 revolution.
Mark Harden's Artchive: Kasimir Malevich
Images, a biography, and a bibliography are presented here by Mark Harden's Artchive.
Monuments of the Future: Designs by El Lissitzky
This virtual exhibition from the Getty Research Library presents extensive information about Lissitzky and the constructivist movement.
Museum of Modern Art, New York: Aleksandr Rodchenko
This exhibition website features extensive essays on Rodchenko and the Constructivist movement with a chronology and selected works.
Created by Per Jacobsen, Jacob Schjorring and Rasmus Rask., this site presents a brief overview of the Constructivist movement along with five works of art and a short list of related links.
WebMuseum: Kasimir Malevich
Nicholas Pioch's WebMuseum, Paris offers this overview of the life and art of Malevich with links to images and related artists.
Smithsonian Institution : Czech Book Covers of the 1920's and 1930's
During the period between the two World Wars, the Czechoslovak Republic was an important and prolific center for avant-garde book design. Presented here are several book cover designs in the constructivist style.
Creative Review : Constructivism: the ism that just keeps givin?
No movement in art has found more favour with designers than the short-lived creative revolution that became known as Constructivism
WorldCat : Constructivism
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