Konstantin Medunetsky

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Kazimir (Konstantin) Kostantinovich Medunetsky (Константин Константинович Медунецкий; 1899, Moscow - c1935) was a Constructivist sculptor and stage designer. He studied under Vladimir Tatlin and Alexander Rodchenko at Vkhutemas (Higher Art and Technical Studios) and was a founding member of OBMOKhU (Society of Young Russian Artists) in 1919.

Spatial Construction (formerly Construction No. 557), 1919, in Yale University Art Gallery, is his only surviving sculpture.


Spatial Constructions[edit]

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