Sergei Senkin

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Non Objective Composition (1921)

Sergei Yakovlevich Senkin (1894–1963) was a twentieth-century Russian artist. Senkin studied at the class of Kasimir Malevitch during the 1920s In VHUTEMAS, he came to visit him in Vitebsk a few times with his friend Gustav Klucis. There, he developed his own approach to Suprematism. He used a variety of artistic techniques such as graphic and poster design, photography and photomontage as well as painting.[1] Worked together with Gustav Klucis on agitational posters in 1922-1937. In 1928 he joined the Constructivist October Group.[1]

Senkin was involved with El Lissitzky providing the frieze for the Pressa exhibition in Cologne 1928.[2]

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  1. ^ a b "Sergei Senkin:Non Objective Composition". Flikr. M.T. Abraham Foundation.
  2. ^ Tupitsyn, Margarita (1999). "Back to Moscow". El Lissitzky: beyond the Abstract Cabinet : photography, design, collaboration (English ed.). New Haven, Conn.: Yale Univ. Press. ISBN 978-0300081701.