First Working Group of Constructivists

The First Working Group of Constructivists was formed in March 1921 in Moscow by a group of seven artists. They were soon joined by four other people, to form one of the pioneering groups of Constructivism. They soon become part of the Institute of Artistic Culture (INKhUK), a state-funded body established by the Fine Arts department of the People's Commissariat for Education, Izo-Narkompros.[1]: 2 


The group was composed of:[1]: 2 

They were soon joined by:[1]: 6 


  1. ^ a b c Gough, Maria (2005). The Artist as Producer: Russian Constructivism in Revolution. University of California Press. ISBN 9780520226180. Retrieved 10 February 2018.