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Malevich

Kasimir . 1878--1935, Russian painter. He founded the abstract art movement known as Suprematism
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Mr Hughes, a former pupil of Ysgol Glan Clwyd in St Asaph, said: "Right from my days studying in Cardiff, I was inspired by the 1915 painting Black Square by Malevich, who was a pioneer of geometric abstract art.
Con claridad y rigor, Carbonell muestra los puntos en comun de Malevich y Platon.
El vertigo del futuro se integra con obras realizadas entre 1909 y 1937 procedentes de aproximadamente 21 museos rusos, entre las que destacan pinturas del rayonista Larionov, la kubo-futurista Popova, la suprematista Olga Rozanova, el fascinante Kandinsky--obras que permiten ver el desarrollo de su lenguaje sin llegar a la maduracion de su vocabulario abstracto--y numerosas piezas de Malevich.
Malevich sufrio carcel y la persecucion del regimen cuando su arte fue catalogado como formalista, alejado de la doctrina del realismo socialista.
Valaya proposes a new approach to this collection in which mainstream painters like Rothko, Mondrian or Malevich can express their feelings in a similar way as a Turkmen, Kurdish or Luri tribeswoman.
IRWIN'S varied points of references for this show include motifs like deer, coffee cup, Orthodox Christian icons, crosses, painters Kazimir Malevich and Frank Stella, and the monochrome -- a painting of only one color.
In terms of influences, they cite modernist visionaries like James Joyce, Gertrude Stein and the Russian abstract painter Kazimir Malevich, whose Suprematist Manifesto of 1926 called for the rediscovery of "pure feeling in creative art" (and whose geometric symbols are peppered throughout the opening episodes of Life and Times).
Melnikov, famous in 1924 for his design of Lenin's tomb in Moscow's Red Square, soon became, like Malevich, a censored member of the avant-garde and turned to painting when his architectural license was revoked in 1937.
A ellas se podrian anadir otras mas especificas sobre algun artista concreto, por ejemplo, la que se realizara tanto en Lisboa como en Madrid, entre lo anos 2002 y 2003, bajo el titulo de Malevich y el cine, donde se escrutaban las variadas y sorprendentes vinculaciones existentes entre el pintor ruso y el septimo arte.
This volume is published in conjunction with a dazzling 2011 exhibition organized at the Gagosian Gallery, New York--a special exhibition featuring six pivotal paintings by the Russian pioneer of abstract art, Kazimir Malevich (1878-1935).
The 12 "masterpieces" cited--works by Matisse, Seurat, Durer, Gris, Malevich, Rousseau and others--are worthy of note.
ART lovers can head to Amsterdam to view the Matisse to Malevich exhibition at the Hermitage Museum.