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Kazimir Malevich and the Russian Avant-Garde (book review) Kazimir Malevich

Featuring Selections from the Khardziev and Costakis Collections

040116: exhibition catalogue. depends on how you take Malevich, obviously i find him great. of interest to see his evolution of style, his early work, his representative portraits, the various 'isms' he tried out from europe- impressionism, cubism, futurism- before creating suprematism as nonfigurative, iconographic, objectlessness. some other artists in book, but what is most interesting is work/research on paper, preceding work, expressing philosophy. maybe nothing has the shock power of 'black square' but my favorite is always already 'white on white'...

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