Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935)
Born: February 23, 1879; Kiev, Ukraine
Died: May 15, 1935; Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
Nationality: Ukrainian, Russian, Polish
Art Movement: Suprematism, Abstract Art, Avant-garde
Kazimir Malevich did not attribute any use or purpose to art and it was his belief that artists should be spiritually independent in order to create it. Starting with simple drawings, his geometric square, cross and rectangle were intended to show the 'supremacy of forms'. Malevich initiated Suprematism in 1913 with his sets and costumes for the Futurist opera Victory Over the Sun, for which one of the blackcloths was a black and white square. He finally exhibited the iconic Black Square at the '0.10' show in Petrograd in 1915. Three years later, he produced his famous White on White, adding a mystic announcement: "I have emerged into white. Beside me, comrade pilots...swim! The free white sea, infinity, lies before you." This statement anticipated Minimalism by fifty years.
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