• Imagine Moscow A3 Print Untitled ‘To the Defence of the USSR'
Imagine Moscow A3 Print Untitled ‘To the Defence of the USSR

Imagine Moscow A3 Print Untitled ‘To the Defence of the USSR'

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  • 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 29.7 x 42cm
  • Presented on backing board in cellophane envelope
  • Digital print on White Silk 250 gsm paper

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