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The proposal i’ve prepared for this paper lists a man celebrated in the twentieth century for his design influences.
Learning Goal: I'm working on a landscape architecture multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn. This Paper is about El Lissitzky I will provide background research below and it will help in writing this paper. I need at least 5 sources and I have one already that I will send you attachments of. It is of the journal he had designed and produced called 'G' and has a lot of really good historical mentions i could use, most of the paper may even be there. This i will attach i a seperate email shortly. This paper is NOT a description of the designer but a compare and contrast of different historical accounts that mention Lissitzky and his work. this I will need no later than May 5th as it is due the 6th. El Lissitzky (1890-1941) The proposal I've prepared for this paper lists a man celebrated in the twentieth century for his design influences. He was recognized for meticulous designs, setting page composition, and type presentations. His simple yet attractive designs, use of bold colors, and remarkable typography became his trademark. Born in 1890 in Imperial Russia, El (Eleazar Markovich) Lissitzky studied architecture and engineering in Darmstadt between 1909 and 1914. He earned his diploma in 1915 in Moscow and was active in various architecture offices. In 1917, he became a designer of flags and posters in the service of the revolution. By 1919 he received a professorship in the architecture department at the academy in Vitebsk, which presented him with new tasks. It was the teaching position in Vitebsk that led to close contact with Kasimir Malevich, a painter following in the footsteps of Cézanne, Derain, Léger, and Picasso. He played a meaningful role in Lissitzky’s artistic conception by painting the Black Square on White Ground in 1913, followed by White Square on Black Ground in 1918. Malevich proceeded to win over his younger colleague to Suprematism, which he had publicly announced in 1915. However, it was not the “objectless world” that fundamentally attracted Lissitzky but rather a world of new, self-generated “objects”. Lissitzky’s design work throughout history but also on his influences on several different movements of the twentieth century. Discussing the ideologies of Cubism, Futurism, Suprematism, Constructivism, Dada, Art Nouveau, De Stijl, and why his designs compelled or contested these ideas. Lissitzky was a man of many talents, one being a profound knowledge of page composition and typography. As we continue we will take a look at a few journals that exhibit Lissitzky’s work and show his collaboration in composition as well as some of his more political standpoints.

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