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From Alexander Graham Bell’s diary, 1903

From Alexander Graham Bell’s diary, 1903

explore-blog: “March 7 1876: Alexander Graham Bell's original patent drawing and oath, marking the birth of the telephone as an official technology. More on Bell's views on innovation and success...

explore-blog: “March 7 1876: Alexander Graham Bell's original patent drawing and oath, marking the birth of the telephone as an official technology. More on Bell's views on innovation and success...

From Alexander Graham Bell’s diary. 1903

From Alexander Graham Bell’s diary. 1903

From Alexander Graham Bell’s diary. 1903

From Alexander Graham Bell’s diary. 1903

elisebrown:  Portraits for Eva Minaeva (Noah Models) Photography/style: Alexander Kuzmin

elisebrown: Portraits for Eva Minaeva (Noah Models) Photography/style: Alexander Kuzmin

Alexander Calder’s The White Sieve

Alexander Calder’s The White Sieve

Mobile by Alexander Calder   Georgia O’Keeffe’s house in Abiquiu, New Mexico

Mobile by Alexander Calder Georgia O’Keeffe’s house in Abiquiu, New Mexico

gacougnol: “ Alexander Rodchenko Poetry book cover mock 1924 ”

gacougnol: “ Alexander Rodchenko Poetry book cover mock 1924 ”

Alexander Calder: Nineteen White Discs, 1961. Collection Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Alexander Calder: Nineteen White Discs, 1961. Collection Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Mieczyslaw Berman  (Polish, 1903–1975) | Lindbergh II | 1927 | Exposure to Russian Constructivist poster design and to collages and photomontages by László Moholy-Nagy, Kurt Schwitters, and Hannah Höch provided sources of inspiration for the Constructivist collages he began to make in 1927. In 1930, when he discovered the political photomontages of John Heartfield published in "AIZ" ("Arbeiter Illustrierte-Zeitung"), his interest shifted to its potential as a political tool.

Mieczyslaw Berman (Polish, 1903–1975) | Lindbergh II | 1927 | Exposure to Russian Constructivist poster design and to collages and photomontages by László Moholy-Nagy, Kurt Schwitters, and Hannah Höch provided sources of inspiration for the Constructivist collages he began to make in 1927. In 1930, when he discovered the political photomontages of John Heartfield published in "AIZ" ("Arbeiter Illustrierte-Zeitung"), his interest shifted to its potential as a political tool.

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