- From Chagall to Malevich: The Competitive Drama of the Russian Avant-Garde
- Kazimir Malevich, Black Square, circa 1923, oil on canvas. Saint Petersburg, State Russian Museum. Not all of the avant-garde developments in Russia at the time followed the path toward pure abstraction.
- The shape of terrible memories
- His next set of abstracts was inspired, he says, by Russian Kazimir Malevich painting "White on White", but there were also the rainbow hues of American Ellsworth Kelly's "Spectrum V".
- Sterling Ruby's Clothing (Yes, Clothing) Designs Go on Display
- “It wasn't so conscious, but now I see a lineage to other artists like Varvara Stepanova, Kazimir Malevich, Joseph Beuys, Elaine Sturtevant and their costumes or studio clothes.
- Why should art history only be for adults?
- Even the under-ones can join in. In 2008, Templar released Art for Baby, presenting black-and-white works to suit a baby's vision, by artists such as Damien Hirst and Kazimir Malevich.
- Morning Links: Kazimir Malevich's Racist Joke Edition
- X-rays of Kazimir Malevich's Black Square, currently on view at Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery, revealed a racist joke underneath the paint. [The New York Times].
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