Avant-gardist of the Constructivism Epoch [1920-1930]

"The epoch of Ignatovich saw photographs acquire a language of their own, an artistic expressiveness of their own. The revolution in Russia swept away the bourgeois order and the bourgeois aesthetic. The builders of a new society needed their own language and idols. On this great, fast-moving wave of art rose Mayakovsky, Rodchenko, Eisenstein, Dziga Vertov, Deineka, El Lissitsky, and others. More accurately, they made this art. Boris Ignatovich made photography" Valerii Stigneev
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Shower, 1935.

Shower, 1935.

Tea­ drinking at Ramenskoye, 1928. Three bearded men at a village tea shack with a copy of the Bednota (Poor Folk) newspaper. On the table are Russian pretzels, snacks, and decorated tea pots. Ramenskoye, Moscow region.

Tea­ drinking at Ramenskoye, 1928. Three bearded men at a village tea shack with a copy of the Bednota (Poor Folk) newspaper. On the table are Russian pretzels, snacks, and decorated tea pots. Ramenskoye, Moscow region.

The Bakhmet'ev garage. Moscow, 1933. Roof of the bus park garage, built in 1927 to the design of architect Konstantin Mel'nikov and Vladimir Shukhov to house Leyland buses from England.

The Bakhmet'ev garage. Moscow, 1933. Roof of the bus park garage, built in 1927 to the design of architect Konstantin Mel'nikov and Vladimir Shukhov to house Leyland buses from England.

Boris Pasternak and Korney Chukovskiy, 1935.  Pasternak and Chukovskiy, seen here in the hall of the 7th Komsomol Conference, in the Hall of Columns at the House of Soviets, Moscow. The two were friends and neighbors at their summer houses in Peredelkino.

Boris Pasternak and Korney Chukovskiy, 1935. Pasternak and Chukovskiy, seen here in the hall of the 7th Komsomol Conference, in the Hall of Columns at the House of Soviets, Moscow. The two were friends and neighbors at their summer houses in Peredelkino.

Pig­iron pouring, 1938. Taken at the Azovstal' mettalurgy works in Mariupol'. Donetsk region, Ukraine.

Pig­iron pouring, 1938. Taken at the Azovstal' mettalurgy works in Mariupol'. Donetsk region, Ukraine.

Control levers, 1930. Dinamo factory, Moscow. From the series "Freeing ourselves from dependence on imports".

Control levers, 1930. Dinamo factory, Moscow. From the series "Freeing ourselves from dependence on imports".

Shock worker, 1929. Frezer factory, Moscow.

Shock worker, 1929. Frezer factory, Moscow.

May 1st. Red Square, 1927. Moscow, Russia.

May 1st. Red Square, 1927. Moscow, Russia.

St. Isaac's cathedral on Vorovskii Square, 1931. The cathedral has the status of a museum. Its church association, registered in 1991, conducts services on certain days of the week with the permission of the museum administration.

St. Isaac's cathedral on Vorovskii Square, 1931. The cathedral has the status of a museum. Its church association, registered in 1991, conducts services on certain days of the week with the permission of the museum administration.

Strastnoy Boulevard, 1938. Moscow. A street filled with cultural associations, stretching from Strastnoy (Pushkin) Square to Peter's Gates. It is one of the widest streets of the boulevard ring, 123 meters broad.

Strastnoy Boulevard, 1938. Moscow. A street filled with cultural associations, stretching from Strastnoy (Pushkin) Square to Peter's Gates. It is one of the widest streets of the boulevard ring, 123 meters broad.

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