Constructivism - Constructivism:(19131930)

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Constructivism: (1913 - 1930) Founded in 1913 by Vladimir Tatlin, the Russian Constructivist movement developed from Cubism, Italian  Futurism, and Suprematism in Russia, Neo Plasticism in Holland, and the Bauhaus School in Germany.  The term Constructivism is used to define non-representational relief construction, sculpture, kinetics, and  painting. As a response to changes in technology and contemporary life, it advocated a change in the art  scene, aiming to create a new order in art and architecture that referenced social and economic problems.  Brothers Naum Gabo and Antoine Pevsner also supported the movement, infusing sculptural elements  from cubism and futurism with an allusion to architecture, machinery, and technology. The movement’s  first Constructivist manifesto was written in 1921 when the First Working Group of Constructivists was  formed in Moscow. The movement later spread to Holland and Germany before gaining international 
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