The 1917 Russian Revolution gave way to a burst of artistic creativity with the Constructivist movement at the forefront. Artists set about to create a new society and nowhere is this more clear than in the avant-garde architecture that was designed in the 1920s and 1930s. Ninety years later…
THE BUILDINGS OF THE RUSSIAN AVANT-GARDE ARE OFTEN UNKNOWN, UNDERRATED, AND AT RISK OF BEING DEMOLISHED AND LOST FOREVER.
The Constructivist Project’s mission is to raise awareness of the threat to cultural heritage and to promote the preservation of avant-garde monuments.
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