Pioneer of geometric abstract art and one of the most important members of the Russian Avant-garde, Malevitch experimented with various modernist styles. In reaction to the influence of Cubism and Futurism on artists in Russia, Malevitch in his art reduced the world of nature to basic elements and colours, such as in his Red Square (1915). He introduced his abstract, non-objective geometric patterns in a style and artistic movement he called Suprematism. One of the important names of the twentieth century, he however turned back to Primitivism once Russia’s communist leaders forced him to do so.
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- I. Youth and the Steppes
- II. The Discovery of Art and His Experimentations: Impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism and Futurism
- Discovering the “Art” within him
- Earliest Art Student Days
- Impressionism and Experimentation
- Fauves, Cubists and Futurists
- III. Suprematism
- IV. The Flight Crashes to Earth
- Bibliographical Notes