(Constructivism) is a term used to define a type of totally abstract (non-representational) artwork that is very ordered and often minimal and geometric in style. The principles of constructivism theory are derived from three main movements from the early 20th century: Suprematism in Russia, De Stijl (Neo Plasticism) in Holland and the Bauhaus in Germany. These early movements were idealistic, seeking a new order in art and architecture that dealt with social and economic problems
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