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Kazimir Malévich in Málaga

Figure, Rhythm, Color


The work of Kazimir Severinovich Malevich – a father of abstraction, alongside Wassily Kandinsky and Piet Mondrian – has fascinated artists and unsettled the public since 1915, when he presented his first Black Square. The fascination and unsettlement continue, and the Hermitage of Málaga now hosts the largest Malevich retrospective ever to show in Spain to date. It features sixteen works never previously seen in our country, and concentrates on the Russian avant-garde artist’s first phase. With this exhibition the southern Spanish city of Málaga – which besides the Hermitage branch boasts a Pompidou, also a franchise, plus a Picasso Museum – strengthens the niche it has already established for itself within the cultural circuit of the Mediterranean.

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