Browsing Tag

Ani Menua

    Berlinograd 1920s

    Berlinograd 1920s: In Conversation with Vladimir Tatlin

    August 16, 2018

    Vladimir Tatlin is the forefather of constructivism and at the same time the enfant terrible of Russian modernism. He had an indispensable aversion to any kind of authority, which is why his relationships with his fellows often failed. To Kazimir Malevich connected him a special kind of love-hate relationship, which was based on absolute reciprocity. Because of “Tatlinism” Malevich felt threatened in his position as king of the Avantgarde. Ani Menua: Gospodin Tatlin, thank you for agreeing to our conversation.…

    Continue Reading