Gustav Klutsis (1895 – 1938) was a pioneering Latvian photographer and major member of the Constructivist avant-garde in the early 20th century. He is known for the Soviet revolutionary and Stalinist propaganda he produced with his wife and collaborator Valentina Kulagina.
Klutsis worked in a variety of experimental media. He liked to use propaganda as a sign or revolutionary background image. His first project of note, in 1922, was a series of semi-portable multimedia agitprop kiosks to be installed on the streets of Moscow, integrating "radio-orators", film screens, and newsprint displays, all to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Revolution. Like other Constructivists he worked in sculpture, produced exhibition installations, illustrations and ephemera.
- 'Construction' by Gustav Klutsis in 1922 £6.99
- 'Design for Loudspeaker No.5' by Gustav Klutsis in 1922 £6.99
- 'Gustav Klutsis Portrait' £6.99
- 'Multilingual Propaganda Machine' by Gustav Klutsis in 1922 £6.99
- 'Propaganda Kiosk' by Gustav Klutsis £6.99
- 'Constructivism, Wide' by Gustav Klutsis in 1921 £6.99