Posts on … Ver más ideas sobre Constructivismo, Constructivismo ruso, Disenos de unas. This paper looks at the development of her involvement with constructivism while also examining the relationship between her textile prints and the abstract language of her earlier … Liubov Popova: From Painting to Textile Design By Christina Lodder 1 October 2010 In 1923 the painter Liubov Popova began creating designs for fabric to be manufactured by the First State Textile Printing Works in Moscow. NGS. Stepanova and Tatlin also introduced the concept of “prozodezhda” (“production clothing”) and “’specodezhda” (“specialised clothing”), which were designed with anonymity, simplicity and efficiency in mind and abolished decorative elements in favour of revealed stitches and buttoning. She also simultaneously advocated and pushed for the importance of artists having direct links to the manufacturing industry and industrial design. Mar 3, 2014 - Liubov Popova's textile designs are indicative of the Cubist and Constructivist times during which she created her work. A Revolutionary Woman Artist", "The Russian Constructivist Flapper Dress", "Liubov Popova: From Painting to Textile Design", Rodchenko & Popova exhibition in Tate London, https://monoskop.org/index.php?title=Lyubov_Popova&oldid=101707. 1912 visits Sergei Shchukin's collection of modern French art. Lyubov Sergeyevna had two brothers and a sister: Sergei was the eldest, then Lyubov, Pavel and Olga. Popova's textile and dress design Born as an artistic movement around 1919, Russian Constructivism proposed the ideology of “production art”, that is, art with a social meaning and practical purpose. She was inspired greatly by French avant garde and Italian futurism. 21 December 1924 large posthumous exhibition of her work opens in Moscow. and Jean Metzinger. She had the privilege of studying with numerous well known artists around Europe. After her time there, Popova’s artistic career began to take off. MoMA. The artistic practice of Lyubov Popova and the avant-garde Russian VKhUTEMAS movement was not just shaped by new Soviet values following the October Revolution; they also strove to shape the environment in which those values would exist at a time when it was easy to believe that art could help build a brave new world. Though a different medium, Liubov continued to showcase her own personal style in her textile work by still strongly alluding to her geometric aesthetic. Textile Design. Born into a prosperous Russian family in 1889, Lyubov Popova was well traveled and educated. Painterly Architectonic, 1917. Two avant-garde artists managed to translate their ideas into production. Lyubov Sergeyevna Popova (Russian: Любо́вь Серге́евна Попо́ва; April 24, 1889 – May 25, 1924) was a Russian avant-garde artist (Cubist, Suprematist and Constructivist), painter and designer.Popova was born in Ivanovskoe, near Moscow, to the wealthy family of Sergei Maximovich Popov, a very successful textile merchant and vigorous patron of the arts, and Lyubov Vasilievna Zubova, who came from a …