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Alexandra Exter


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Alexandra Exter

Alexandra Exter was a Russian artist who was born in the late 19th century in Ukraine. She was a pioneer in the world of abstract art, being one of the first to explore cubo-futurist and suprematist styles. Exter's most iconic works include the painting “Rouge et Noir,” the set design for the ballet “Proun 6E,” and several pieces of costume design for ballets. She was also influential in the development of constructivism in the early 20th century. She was a prolific artist and her works are displayed in many international galleries and museums. Exter's creative genius transcended the traditional art of her time, inspiring an era of experimentation and development.

Alexandra Exter, Russian, Abstract, Cubofuturism, Suprematism, Constructivism.

Mei Wang

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Alexandra Exter

Alexandra Exter was a key figure in the evolution of the Russian avant-garde movement. Her works, which combine Cubism, Neo-Primitivism, and Futurism, are known for their bold and innovative exploration of painting, sculpture, scenography, performance, and costume design. Exter was an avid experimenter who used color and composition to create dynamic and expressive works. Her art was also often imbued with political messages, reflecting her strong views on the world. Exter's influence on the Russian avant-garde was profound and her works continue to inspire contemporary designers today.

Alexandra Exter, Russian avant-garde, Cubism, Neo-Primitivism, Futurism, painting, sculpture, scenography, performance, costume design.

Eleonora Barbieri

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Alexandra Exter

Alexandra Exter was a crucial figure in the Russian Avant-Garde movement and her works have served as an inspiration to many contemporary artists. Her revolutionary approach to art-making pushed the boundaries of traditional conventions and explored new artistic ideas in painting and sculpture. Exter's works are characterized by their bold use of color and composition, often featuring geometric shapes that create dynamic and expressive works. Her art is also characterized by its political message, often reflecting her own views on the world. Exter had a great influence on the Russian avant-garde and her unique visual language has been adopted by many modern artists. Her most iconic works include 'Abstract Composition' (1917), 'Composition with Plants' (1920) and 'Seated Woman' (1923).

Alexandra Exter, Russian Avant-Garde, Cubism, Neo-Primitivism, Futurism, Art History.

Federica Costa

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Alexandra Exter

Alexandra Exter was a pioneering figure in the Russian Avant-Garde movement. Her works are known for their bold and innovative exploration of painting, sculpture, scenography, performance, and costume design. Exter was an avid experimenter and her unique visual language was a combination of Cubism, Neo-Primitivism and Futurism. She was a master of color and composition, often using geometric shapes to create dynamic and expressive works. Her works were a reflection of her strong political views and her influence on the Russian avant-garde was profound. She is remembered for her iconic works such as 'Abstract Composition' (1917), 'Composition with Plants' (1920) and 'Seated Woman' (1923).

Russian Avant-Garde, Alexandra Exter, Cubism, Neo-Primitivism, Futurism.

Claudia Rossetti

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Alexandra Exter

One of the most influential Russian avant-garde artist of the early 20th century, Alexandra Exter created a unique artistic language that explored the boundaries between painting and sculpture. Her works are a striking display of the juxtaposition between Cubism, Neo-Primitivism, and Futurism. She championed the international avant-garde's mission of rejecting traditional conventions and explored new artistic ideas in painting and sculpture, as well as scenography, performances and costume designs. Exter had a great impact on art history and her influence can be seen in the works of many modern artists. Her most iconic works include 'Abstract Composition' (1917), 'Composition with Plants' (1920) and 'Seated Woman' (1923).

Alexandra Exter, Russian artist, Avant-garde, early 20th Century, Cubism, Neo-Primitivism, Futurism, Performance, Scenography, Costume Designs.

Giovanna Mancini

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