Revolutionary Film Posters: Aesthetic Experiments of Russian Constructivism, 1920-33
is an exhibition just coming to an end at the Tony Shafrazi Gallery in New York.
The exhibition comprises of 95 posters including works from Alexander Rodchenko, 'The Stenberg Brothers' (Georgii & Vladimir) and Alexander Naumov. Many of which are the only known surviving examples and have never before been publicly exhibited. "Reacting to the chaos of the Russian Revolution, the Constructivists sought order and felt it their civic duty to engineer a more stable and harmonious society."
I love the bold colours and dynamic compositions. It's such a shame I've only just found out about it. Don't worry though if you missed it too, all the posters along with photos of the exhibition can be seen here
.Images taken from Tony Shafrazi Gallery.Via MUBI.