After tremendous success of House of Industry in Kiev, Leonidov was asked to build similar “idea-tanks” in other cites. Unfortunately, he wasn’t able to go though with the plan because of the war, however he did create collages imagining the future. This particular one was for Leningrad (aka St. Petersburg).
In 1921 Rochenko stated “I reduced painting to it’s logical conclusion and exhibited three canvases: red, blue and yellow. I affirmed: it’s all over.” He continued stabbing art with his collages however, Duchamp did one better he killed art with a fountain.
“From here you can see all of Moscow! The gem of our collective effort, the beacon of Communism stands tall and proud.” 1937 CA Journal