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  1. Vladímir Yevgráfovich Tatlin (Владимир Евграфович Татлин), (Moscú, 28 de diciembre de 1885-31 de mayo de 1953) fue un pintor y escultor ruso, [1] considerado como iniciador del constructivismo, [2] que abarcó múltiples facetas: escultura, pintura, proyectos arquitectónicos, objetos inventados, de diseño, y decorados teatrales.

  2. Vladimir Tatlin Rusia, 1885–1953. Varvara Stepanova Rusia, 1894–1958. El Lissitzky Rusia, 1890–1941. Liubov Popova Rusia, 1889–1924.

  3. Vladimir Tatlin and the Russian avant-garde de John Milner ; Yale University Press, New Haven, 1983 Nikolai Punin : Le Monument à la Troisième-Internationale, 1920 - Lire en ligne (en) Cet article est partiellement ou en totalité issu de l’article de Wikipédia en anglais intitulé « Tatlin's Tower » ( voir la liste des auteurs ) .

  4. Constructivism was a post-World War I development of Russian Futurism, and particularly of the 'counter reliefs' of Vladimir Tatlin, which had been exhibited in 1915. The term itself was invented by the sculptors Antoine Pevsner and Naum Gabo , who developed an industrial, angular style of work, while its geometric abstraction owed something to the Suprematism of Kazimir Malevich.

  5. Vladimir Tatlin is often hailed as the father of Constructivism. A contemporary of the Suprematist Kazimir Malevich, he had collaborated on the preceding Cubo-Futurist movement. But his interests fundamentally shifted during a visit to Paris in 1913, where he saw a series of wooden reliefs by Picasso.

  6. Nel 1914, Tatlin era stato a Parigi, dove aveva conosciuto, tra gli altri, anche Picasso ed era entrato in contatto con gli ambienti dei Futuristi, e sicuramente sotto la sua influenza maturò l'idea di assemblare ingegnosamente più materiali, quasi applicando le teorie di Boccioni per cui l'arte nuova significava anche uso di materiali nuovi, insoliti, mai utilizzati finora dagli artisti.

  7. 11/08/2020 · Tatlin Tower, designed by Vladimir Tatlin. Image Courtesy of Flickr User Andy Roberts under CC by 2.0. In parallel to the Russian Constructivist movement, the Modern Movement was paving its way.

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