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Synonyms for Malevich

Russian abstract painter (1878-1935)

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The best example in the play of this knowledge equation involves a certain geometry of experience derived directly from Malevich.
Los dibujos en cuestion forman parte de la importante coleccion de obras de Malevich que consiguio reunir Nikolai Khardzhiev, profesor del Instituto Estatal de Tecnologia Cinematica.
John Humphrys invites four contestants to take to the black chair and answer questions on their specialist topics of John Wesley, Seinfeld, Kazimir Malevich and the Wars of the Roses.
A similar disconnection exists between this painting by Kazimir Malevich and his subject, a person sharpening knives.
Works featured include paintings by Renoir, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin and Matisse, alongside those by Kandinsky, Tatlin and Malevich.
In succeeding chapters, Antliff takes us to New York for the shocking introduction of Dada (Francis Picabia) to revolutionary, then communist, Russia (Kazimir Malevich, Aleksandr Rodchenko), America's gay activist scene in the McCarthy era (poet Robert Duncan), 1960s counterculture youth activism in the U.
Theosophy, a philosophic movement of the late 19th century that focused on the spiritual structure of the universe, also influenced the work of Wassily Kandinsky, Kazimer Malevich, and other contemporaries (4).
According to Clark, true modernism and true socialism came closest to fruition in the art of Suprematism, and with UNOVIS, the cultural arm of radical Bolshevik intellectuals and artists led by Kasimir Malevich and El Lissitzky.
A look at the artist Kazimir Malevich, which was among the reviews for which Danto was nominated, illustrates his characteristic method: Find the philosophical problem or question posed by the art, tease out the implications of that and show how the artist has done so as well, all the while setting the work in historical context.
Altizer in conjunction with the visual art of Kasimir Malevich, Andy Warhol, Ad Reinhardt, Barnett Newman, and Michael Heizer, Ms.
The installation is a scaleddown copy of a work created by Eastern European artist Kasimir Malevich.
The Renaissance at the dawn of the modern era was a rebirth of classical antiquity; 19th-century romanticism went back to the Middle Ages; and 20th-century artistic modernism began when Stravinsky took music and dance back to the pagan rites of spring and when Kandinsky and Malevich took painting back to the simple lines and colors of early Eastern Christian iconography.
He relates the work of Donald Judd and Carl Andre--whose "fathers" are Malevich and Duchamp--to the literature I have mentioned.
A Leicester treble for Steve Cauthen as Malevich (Henry Cecil) beats Momtaaz (Luca Cumani/