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Black square by Malevitch

Black square by Malevitch

Natalia Goncharova - Costume designs for the ballet “Liturgia”, 1915  And there is another key person of Russian avant-garde. She is still the most expensive female artist at auctions.  You see that avant-gard Orthodoxy? That was common for many Russian avant-gard artists - they tried to rediscover and renovate some ancient, even medieval Russian traditions. Such as icon-painting, folk art, lubock and so on.  By the way, Malevich’s “Black Square” is an icon - something I can call “icon 2.0”…

Natalia Goncharova - Costume designs for the ballet “Liturgia”, 1915 And there is another key person of Russian avant-garde. She is still the most expensive female artist at auctions. You see that avant-gard Orthodoxy? That was common for many Russian avant-gard artists - they tried to rediscover and renovate some ancient, even medieval Russian traditions. Such as icon-painting, folk art, lubock and so on. By the way, Malevich’s “Black Square” is an icon - something I can call “icon 2.0”…

Black Square  by Kazimir Severinovich Malevich (Russian: Казимир Северинович Малевич [kɐzʲɪˈmʲir sʲɪvʲɪˈrʲinəvʲɪt͡ɕ mɐˈlʲevʲɪt͡ɕ], Polish: Kazimierz Malewicz, Ukrainian: Казимир Северинович Малевич [kazɪˈmɪr sɛwɛˈrɪnɔwɪtʃ mɑˈlɛwɪtʃ], German: Kasimir Malewitsch, (February 23, 1879, previously 1878: see below – May 15, 1935) was a Russian painter and art theoretician, born of ethnic Polish parents. He was a pioneer of geometric abstract art and the originator of the Avant-garde Suprematist…

Black Square by Kazimir Severinovich Malevich (Russian: Казимир Северинович Малевич [kɐzʲɪˈmʲir sʲɪvʲɪˈrʲinəvʲɪt͡ɕ mɐˈlʲevʲɪt͡ɕ], Polish: Kazimierz Malewicz, Ukrainian: Казимир Северинович Малевич [kazɪˈmɪr sɛwɛˈrɪnɔwɪtʃ mɑˈlɛwɪtʃ], German: Kasimir Malewitsch, (February 23, 1879, previously 1878: see below – May 15, 1935) was a Russian painter and art theoretician, born of ethnic Polish parents. He was a pioneer of geometric abstract art and the originator of the Avant-garde Suprematist…

The Bauhaus's abstract, angular and geometric patterns, Wim Crouwel's innovative grid-based layouts and typographic systems, the "Black Square" by Russian painter and art theoretician Kazimir Severinovich Malevich, avant-garde movements such as Cubo-Futurism, : these are just a few of the things some of us may spot behind the holographic geometries designer Jamie Bruski Tetsill

The Bauhaus's abstract, angular and geometric patterns, Wim Crouwel's innovative grid-based layouts and typographic systems, the "Black Square" by Russian painter and art theoretician Kazimir Severinovich Malevich, avant-garde movements such as Cubo-Futurism, : these are just a few of the things some of us may spot behind the holographic geometries designer Jamie Bruski Tetsill

Natalia Goncharova - Costume designs for the ballet “Liturgia”, 1915  And there is another key person of Russian avant-garde. She is still the most expensive female artist at auctions.  You see that avant-gard Orthodoxy? That was common for many Russian avant-gard artists - they tried to rediscover and renovate some ancient, even medieval Russian traditions. Such as icon-painting, folk art, lubock and so on.  By the way, Malevich’s “Black Square” is an icon - something I can call “icon 2.0”…

Natalia Goncharova - Costume designs for the ballet “Liturgia”, 1915 And there is another key person of Russian avant-garde. She is still the most expensive female artist at auctions. You see that avant-gard Orthodoxy? That was common for many Russian avant-gard artists - they tried to rediscover and renovate some ancient, even medieval Russian traditions. Such as icon-painting, folk art, lubock and so on. By the way, Malevich’s “Black Square” is an icon - something I can call “icon 2.0”…

The Bauhaus's abstract, angular and geometric patterns, Wim Crouwel's innovative grid-based layouts and typographic systems, the "Black Square" by Russian painter and art theoretician Kazimir Severinovich Malevich, avant-garde movements such as Cubo-Futurism, : these are just a few of the things some of us may spot behind the holographic geometries designer Jamie Bruski Tetsill

The Bauhaus's abstract, angular and geometric patterns, Wim Crouwel's innovative grid-based layouts and typographic systems, the "Black Square" by Russian painter and art theoretician Kazimir Severinovich Malevich, avant-garde movements such as Cubo-Futurism, : these are just a few of the things some of us may spot behind the holographic geometries designer Jamie Bruski Tetsill

In 1912, Malevich painted his first black square. All together he painted four black square paintings. He said he had created a code with this painting that represented all forms of art, because the square was a basic shape used by all types of artists. Again, the use of the color white represented all color in the spectrum, from there Malevich believed the artist could create all other colors. the black square is placed in the center between “Black Cross” and “Black Circle”.

In 1912, Malevich painted his first black square. All together he painted four black square paintings. He said he had created a code with this painting that represented all forms of art, because the square was a basic shape used by all types of artists. Again, the use of the color white represented all color in the spectrum, from there Malevich believed the artist could create all other colors. the black square is placed in the center between “Black Cross” and “Black Circle”.

Red square on black, ca 1922 (Silkscreen print) Silkscreen by Kazimir (Kasimir) Malevich

Red square on black, ca 1922 (Silkscreen print) Silkscreen by Kazimir (Kasimir) Malevich

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