Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Katarzyna Kobro (26 January 1898 – 21 February 1951) was a Polish avant-garde sculptor and a prominent representative of the Constructivist movement in Poland. A pioneer of innovative multi-dimensional abstract sculpture, she rejected Aestheticism and advocated for the integration of spatial rhythm and scientific advances into visual art.Born in Moscow to a family of mixed German and Russian heritage, Kobro immigrated to Poland in the 1920s where she produced most of her work. Together with her husband, Władysław Strzemiński, she worked on the concept of Spatiality by incorporating spatial composition as well as prefabricated elements and industrial or man-made products into sculpture.
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Introduction
Polish sculptor.
Nationalities
Polish, Central European, Eastern European, Russian
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Author, Assemblage Artist, Sculptor
Names
Katarzyna Kobro, Katarzyna von Kobro, Katharina Kobro
Ulan
500094462
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