Alexander Rodchenko's Worker's Club
Alexander Rodchenko (1891–1956) is one of the formative figures in early 20th century art. A spokesman of the Russian constructivists, he was a pioneer in many spheres of design, his aesthetic innovations continuing to have an influence to the present day.
Among them is the “Worker’s Club” designed in 1925, a meeting place and educational facility designed to the state of the art in every detail. The “Worker’s Club” has been shown in the context of numerous major themed and retrospective shows in the past.
Now, in agreement with the A. Rodchenko & V. Stepanova Archive, Moscow, it is a freely accessible, permanent installation in Vaduz that can be used in keeping with its original purpose, i.e. for talks, meetings, public discussions, performances, lectures or even for playing chess. It also features modern communication equipment for up-to-the-minute information and reading up in depth on various topics.
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