Kazimir Malévich

Russian Museum, Málaga


A total of 44 works selected from the collections of the Russian State Museum of St. Petersburg – 16 of them never shown before in Spain – have been included in the monographic exhibition on Kazimir Malevich in the Russian Museum of Málaga. The exhibition covered the artist’s career, including early works, compositions from the 1910s – when he founded the Suprematist art movement, convinced of the expressive potential of color and form, and their ability to carry a strong symbolic weight –, as well as works from 1920s and 1930s, when the changes in the social and political scenario led him to orchestrate an encounter between the abstract and the figurative, creating what he called ‘Supranaturalism.’.. [+]

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