Coverbild Malewitsch und sein Einfluss
Malewitsch und sein Einfluss
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Texts by: Andrzej Turowski u.a., Tatjana Michienko, Tatjana Gorjatschewa, Dr. Noemi Smolik
Edited by: Dr. Friedemann Malsch
May 2008 , 236 Pages , 0 Ills.
297mm x 247mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-1877-6
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Kasimir Malevich (1878–1935) was one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. He fits seamlessly into the ranks of pioneering abstract artists such as Piet Mondrian and Vasily Kandinsky. Malevich is also known as the founder of Suprematism—the art of pure form. His first Suprematist works—the Black Square, the Black Circle, and the Red Cross, all dated either 1915 or 1916—are among the most crucial works of modern art, having prepared the way for the artistic and intellectual circles of the great painter’s time.Featuring paintings, works on paper, sculptures, porcelain, and architectural models, this publication examines the remarkable impact Malevich had on both art in general and on individual artists. Important works by this daring Russian are extensively described and then contrasted with works by his followers and detractors, such as Alexander Rodchenko, El Lissitzky, and Ljubow Popowa.  Exhibition schedule: Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Vaduz, May 16–September 7, 2008
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