Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to suprematism: de Stijl
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Words related to suprematism

a geometric abstractionist movement originated by Kazimir Malevich in Russia that influenced constructivism

References in periodicals archive ?
In contrast, the ASYS, primarily after the poster affair, frequently designed posters that drew on Dali's anarchism, suprematism, and the Bauhaus and post-Cubist pictorial modernism.
Neue Slowenische Kunst and the Semiotics of Suprematism.
Works are arranged chronologically and thematically, starting with Russian futurism in the early 20th century, suprematism and constructivism in the 1920s, the OBERIU artist-collective of the 1920s and '30s, experimental theater in the 1930s, and the work of Sergei Eisenstein and Dziga Vertov.
25) Cubism not only became the point of departure for such later movements as Futurism, Suprematism, Constructivism, and De Stijl, and a central influence on two of the pioneers of abstract painting, but its impact went far beyond painting, to sculpture, architecture, cinema, and even to literature and poetry.
From Cubism, which still maintained a figurative approach, to the abstractions of Russian suprematism and De Stijl, modern art attempted to depict and form changing spatial and temporal realities.
2) The Kabakovs present the audience with a chronological story that traces the creative dialogue of three fictitious artists: Charles Rosenthal, a student of Marc Chagall who attempts to reconcile the pure forms of Suprematism with the socially applied art of Socialist Realism (Figure 1); an alternative Ilya Kabakov, a provincial Soviet artist of the 1970s who finds inspiration in the work of Rosenthal; and Igor Spivak, a Ukrainian artist of the post-Soviet generation who is nostalgic for the straightforward optimism of Soviet socialism.
Reference is made to the work of Casimir Malevich and Russian Constructivism which featured geometric shapes with mathematical intent and the Suprematism movement, in which art, first and foremost, was considered spiritual.
Constructivism, suprematism, the Bauhaus, Dadaism, or surrealism fascinated the new generation as if these tendencies were contemporary and not historical movements.
243) These works spawned the flash fiction, ready-made, and Suprematism genres, respectively.
Also in these films she acknowledges the influence of Josef Albers and the Soviet movement Suprematism.
So with my skepticism about philosophy in general, I am either the most, or least, qualified artist I know to review University of Victoria art historian and anarchist Allan Antliff 's meticulously scholarly account of virtually every art movement (neo-impressionism, suprematism, constructivism) I've ever--well--loathed.
Cubo-Futurism, another distinctly Russian blend of influences from France and Italy, is represented by a fine portrait by Lyubov Popova and Cubist still life by Kazimir Malevich, who later went on to develop the radical theories of Suprematism.
Others such as Pamela Bone, Julie Szego and Nick Cohen went further, following a wilfully naive military humanitarianism all the way across to an increasingly chauvinistic western suprematism.
I'm still not sure that I understand what Modernism is (or was)--certainly not a style, for it encompassed Futurism and Suprematism, Dada and the Neue Sachlichkeit, lavish houses for millionaires and Existenzminimum.
During that period, the general alliance of radical modernism and Communism visible in the 1920s not only in Russia, as exemplified by Malevich's suprematism, Eisenstein's film technique, Osip Mandelshtam's poetics, and Boris Pilnyak's prose style, but also in the cultural milieux of both Western and Eastern Europe was liquidated physically on Soviet territory and intellectually in the West.