Imagine Moscow A3 Print Untitled ‘To the Defence of the USSR'
- Untitled ‘To the Defence of the USSR’, 1931
- Valentina Kulagina
- Poster paper, 1931 from the Ne boltai! Collection
- Valentina Kulagina was a Russian painter and book, poster and exhibition designer. She was a central figure in Contructivist avant-garde in the early 20th century alongside El Lissitzky, Alexander Rodchenko and her husband Gustav Klutsis.
- She is known for the Soviet revolutionary and Stalinist propaganda she produced in collaboration with Klutsis.
- Though Klutsis and Kulagina are known for these official pieces for the government, they also ran a personal art and photography practice, utilising styles such as superimposition and photomontage.
- A3 portrait including border 297 x 420 mm
- Presented on backing board in cellophane envelope.
- Digital print on White Silk 250 gsm paper.