Vladimir Tatlin brought to Moscow this mainly Russian movement.
It was a form of sculpture that
started by making abstract human figures of non-traditional materials such as cardboard, sheet
metal, plastic and wire.
Cubism allowed one to see several parts of an object at the same time,
artists of this style allowed the viewer to experience such simultaneity sculptures which make
it difficult to see what is sculpture and what is not.
Volume is no longer mass surrounded by
empty space as in Greek sculpture.
Space is no longer emptiness instead space and volume become
one and the same.
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