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 (mə-lā′vĭch, -lyĕ′-), Kasimir 1878-1935.
Russian painter who influenced the development of abstract art. His works include White on White (1918).

Malevich

(Russian ˈmalɪvitʃ)
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(Biography) Kasimir (kəziˈmir). 1878–1935, Russian painter. He founded the abstract art movement known as Suprematism
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His range of women's scarves which are proving such a hit with fashion conscious buyers are based on geometric patterns inspired by the work of Russian painter Kazimir Malevich.
Mr Hughes, 25, who completed his MA at Cardiff School of Art and Design and has rapidly established a reputation as a photographer and printmaker, has spent the past year devising patterns for women's scarves inspired by the work of Russian painter Kazimir Malevich.
Both abandoned representation --'I have destroyed the ring of the horizon and escaped from the circle of things,' Malevich announced in 1915--in favour of an art that was linear and geometric, and characterised by simple shapes floating in space.
Influenced by Malevich, Tatlin and Rodchenko, Hadid's works were based on paintings and drawings that expressed her architectural ideas, which she always sought to link to the world we live in.
The term aeBlack SquareAE in the title refers to a work of art by Russian avant-garde painter Kazimir Malevich, which came to stand for resistance to Russian government repression.
Los hay alusivos a la figura humana: Cabeza, Figura, Durmiente, Nino, Nino con flor, Munecas, Vestido, Rostros, Cabellos, Pelo largo; en los que cabe destacar a sus personajes sin rostro, carentes de expresion, de dramatismo aparente, que semejan a las figuras del periodo "campesino" de Kazimir Malevich (Malevich, 2007: 196); tambien al reino vegetal: Hojas, Corazon-flores, Flor, Ramo de flores, Jardin, Arbol, Ramas, En el bosque; a la arquitectura: Arquitectura, Casa, Escaleras, Exterior, Espacio Reja Frontera, Area; al mobiliario domestico: Cortinas, Mueble, Cocina, Alacena, Habitacion--casi perdiendo su referencia a lo real, casi una abstraccion geometrica--; y a las formas: Corazon con satelites, Corazon flor, Tres circulos, Piedra preciosa, Forma.
An early 20th-century sense of what Malevich meant by the non-objective seems to be in order.
Por ejemplo, para el pintor Kazimir Malevich, su obra no era sino un "sistema filosofico a color".
The collection on display at the Hungarian National Gallery between late January and May will include paintings by Kazimir Malevich, Wassily Kandinsky, Alexander Rodchenko, El Lissitzky, Natalia Goncharova and those of her husband, Mikhail Larionov.
The full colour plates and diagrams enhance the text creating a rich and detailed introduction to The Russian avant-garde of the 1920's and 1930s, featuring figures such as: Mayakovsky, Kandinsky, Malevich, Alexander Rodchenko, Meyerhold and many others.
Seductora por las inquietantes pinturas de Malevich, los Proun (por una renovacion del arte) litograficos de Lissitsky, las espectaculares fotografias y fotomontajes de Rodchenko, la porcelana utilitaria disenada por Tatlin o intervenidas por Kandinsky, los interesantes carteles publicitarios o de campanas sociales, y la replica de un contrarrelieves de Tatlin, la muestra, si bien ofrece un panorama multidisciplinario de las practicas vanguardistas--escenografias, dibujos arquitectonicos, cine y musica-, carece de una interpretacion que permita ubicar el desarrollo, las diferencias, la aportacion, la vocacion politica y el declive de esta Vanguardia sovietica.
Malevich podria decirle a Lenin que su revolucion fue anterior.