RCHENKO Alexander( Painter, graphic artist, designer, theater and cinema)
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Biography RCHENKO Alexander
1891, St. Petersburg - 1956, Moscow. Studied at the Kazan Art School (1911-14), then in SHPU in Moscow (1914-16). MKO member (1920-21). In 1920-30's taught in the Higher Art-Vhuteine. In 1925 participated in the International Exhibition of Decorative Arts in Paris, where he was awarded four silver medals. He worked in the theater (since 1918) and cinema (1927-30). The evolution of the artist's fast-paced and multifaceted: symbolist work, . graphic - using a compass and ruler (1913-15), . Non-figurative "black" painting, . resting on the Suprematism of Malevich and architectural painting Popova, . and, . Finally, . its innovative three-dimensional, . free-standing and suspended construction,
. The result of purely formal experiments were of "the prospect of Rodchenko and" false perspective Rodchenko ". In the early 1940's, he painted in the style of abstract impressionism. He became famous as one of the founders of the art photography. Works are in the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow; SRM, St. Petersburg; Center M. Pompidou in Paris, etc.. meetings.