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An art and architecture movement sparked by the Russian Revolution of 1917, Constructivism was spear-headed and encouraged by the Russian avant-garde as a marriage of beauty and practicality. This concept was strongly manifested in the graphic design of the times, and prevailed until the 1940s.
Instead of being an illustration of reality, for Rodchenko, photography was a means to represent intellectual constructs visually. This, in turn, made the artist himself an artist-engineer.