The artist is Rodchenko
Line, color, space – the main components of the picturesque manner of Rodchenko. In 1918, in the Anaarchy newspaper, the artist said that “stubbornly studies the projection in depth, height, width, opens an endless possibility of building outside the time …” and calls his works “compositions of the movements of painted and designed parts”. It is quite obvious that the impulse Rodchenko received from Malevich. However, unlike Malevich, Rodchenko is a materialist and, in essence, closer to Tatlin, his attitude to art as a craft and the process of creativity as an invention. This feature later allowed Rodchenko to achieve unique results in design, architecture and photomontation.