Aleksandr Rodchenko was undoubtedly one of the main generators of this creative and intellectual season, reflecting the spirit and the mythical aura.
Design, theater, painting, film, graphics and photography are subject areas in which the exceptional talent of this fascinating figure artist was confronted, opening up new creative paths for the subsequent development of each of them.
It was in 1924 that Rodchenko concentrated its main focus on photography, with the result of producing a vigorous change.
From a simple mean of recording reality, photography became a medium for dynamic representation of intellectual constructs, introducing principles of constructivist ideology.
The “Method Rodchenko,” which included the use of diagonal compositions, progressive blurs, turned with time into a repertoire of “rhetorical devices” available to those artists who, by adopting the language of constructivism, believed in the possibility of a better transformation of the world’s civilization.