Lyubov Popova Biography
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Lyubov Popova (1889-1924)
her work of 1912 to 1915, Popova was concerned with Cubist form and the
representation of movement; after 1915, her nonrepresentational style
revealed the influence of icon painting. She participated in many
exhibitions of advanced art in Russia during this period: the Jack of
Diamonds shows of 1914 and 1916 in Moscow; Tramway V: First Futurist
Exhibition of Paintings and 0.10: The Last Futurist Exhibition, both in 1915
in St. Petersburg; The Store in 1916, Fifth State Exhibition: From
The artist participated in the 5 x 5 = 25 exhibition in Moscow in 1921 and in the Erste russische Kunstausstellung, held under the auspices of the Russian government at the Galerie van Diemen in Berlin in 1922. In 1921, Popova turned away from studio painting to execute utilitarian Productivist art: she designed textiles, dresses, books, porcelain, costumes, and theater sets (the latter for Vsevolod Meierkhold’s productions of Fernand Crommelynk’s The Magnanimous Cuckold, 1922, and Serge Tretiakov’s Earth on End, 1923). Popova died May 25, 1924, in Moscow.
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