BRODSKY AND UTKIN PDF

Early work[ edit ] Alexander Brodsky was educated at the Moscow Architecture Institute where he graduated in He was a key member of the paper architects visionary architecture , and furthermore, worked alongside Ilya Utkin in his etchings of distorted cityscapes. Scholarship has shown that the whimsical and constructivist etchings of Brodsky and Utkin translate mere illustrations into narratives through the introduction of human characters. His second trip to New York was in at the invitation of gallerist Ronald Feldman and then moved there in to complete public projects as well as personal installations.

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Early work[ edit ] Alexander Brodsky was educated at the Moscow Architecture Institute where he graduated in He was a key member of the paper architects visionary architecture , and furthermore, worked alongside Ilya Utkin in his etchings of distorted cityscapes. Scholarship has shown that the whimsical and constructivist etchings of Brodsky and Utkin translate mere illustrations into narratives through the introduction of human characters. His second trip to New York was in at the invitation of gallerist Ronald Feldman and then moved there in to complete public projects as well as personal installations.

Brodsky transformed the station for two months into a Venetian lagoon using a gallon tank, which held life-size gondolas and cut out passengers. Such a narrative has imbued new meaning and significance to the old structures that have been appropriated within the installation.

Built work[ edit ] Alexander Brodsky, exposition in Jardin des Tuileries, Paris Brodsky has really only been an architect since , with his first commission in He claimed that his return from artistry to architecture was difficult.

Despite the commission that Brodsky received upon each work, his efforts were burdened with a mental and physical toll — "I was near a serious mental problem. It was my first experience communicating with workers and clients. Everything is precisely thought out, from the materials of wood and plastic, to the subtle deformation of the wooden stilts all are tilted at a degree angle.

Again, recycled timber window frames are rescued from industrial buildings and reused. Painted white and forming the structure of the pavilion, the window frames create a sense of Russian tradition from the industrial heritage that defined 20th century Moscow. His projects often have a cerebral and ephemeral quality, despite often being permanent. The pavilion was lit from the interior, causing the building to glow. When spring came, the ice melted and the structure was removed.

A small but international respected project was done in Austria , where Brodsky was invited to design one out of seven small bus stops in Krumbach [16]. Brodskys projects are often built from nothing. His architectural style combines local and reused materials in such a way that creates buildings that feel both traditional and modern but remain inventive and original. According to Mark Lamster, Constantin Boym declared, "When it comes to Brodsky, there is a reverence — like he is our genius.

Interest in Soviet paper architecture was high from the late s until the early s with many exhibitions across America, as well as in Western Europe. In light of this fact, Brodsky returned to his original profession — architecture.

His buildings have been applauded for their tendency to incorporate traditional elements of Soviet architecture, such as form, material and techniques, into modern and unique structures. Many viewers however criticise the lack of radicalism within his built works.

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