Constructivist

  • (noun): An artist of the school of constructivism.

Some articles on constructivist, constructivists:

Constructivist Architecture - Western Constructivism
... many architects outside the USSR considering their work as Constructivist by the late 1920s ... a new unity' was often considered to be a Constructivist one, while the Czech critic and designer Karel Teige's 1932 book The Minimum Dwelling uses Functionalism and Constructivism as ... van Eyck and Herman Hertzberger the constructivist Lovell Beach House in Newport Beach by Rudolph Schindler was an inspiring model for their own architecture ...
Constructivist Foundations
... Constructivist Foundations is a triannual peer-reviewed academic journal that focusses on constructivist approaches to science and philosophy ...
Latin American Art - Constructivist Movement
... century onwards, the art of Latin America was greatly inspired by the Constructivist Movement ... The Constructivist Movement was founded in Russia around 1913 by Vladimir Tatlin ... García and Manuel Rendón have been credited with bringing the Constructivist Movement from Europe to Latin America ...
Constructivist Architecture - The Sotsgorod and Town Planning
... Despite the ambitiousness of many Constructivist proposals for reconstructed cities, there were fairly few examples of coherent Constructivist town planning ... Many of the Constructivists hoped to see their ambitions realised during the 'Cultural Revolution' that accompanied the first Five Year Plan ... At this point the Constructivists were divided between urbanists and disurbanists who favoured a garden city or linear city model ...
Thematic Interpretation - History
... Ham appear to be strongly influenced by the views of constructivist learning theorists--in particular, those of cognitive constructivist, Jean Piaget, and social constructivist, Lev Vygotsky ... In the spirit of constructivist learning theory, both Piaget and Vygotsky saw learning as the result of knowledge that is created inside a learner's own head, rather than ...