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1878, Kiev - 1935, Leningrad

Painter, graphic artist, writer on art, portraitist, landscapist, abstractionist. Studied at the Kiev School of Art (1895-1896) and Fyodor Roehrberg's studio in Moscow (1906-1910). Contributed to exhibitions (from 1905). Contributed to the exhibitions of the Moscow Fellowship of Artists (from 1907), Donkey's Tail (1912), Target (1913), Der Blaue Reiter (1912), Salon des Independants (1914), Tramcar V. First Futurist Exhibition (1915) and 0,10. Last Futurist Exhibition (1915-1916). Designed the sets and costumes for the Futurist opera "Victory Over the Sun" (1913). Member of the Union of Youth (1910) and Jack of Diamonds (1910, 1916). Founded the AFFIRMES OF THE NEW ARTgroup (1920). Worked for Department of An People's Commissariat of Education (1918-1919). Director of the Museum/Institute of Artistic Culture in Petrograd/Leningrad (1923-1926). 

Collection of the Russian Museum

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Landscape
Landscape
Circa 1906
Landscape with a Yellow House (Winter Landscape)
Landscape with a Yellow House (Winter Landscape)
Circa 1906
Prayer
Prayer
1907
Self-Portrait
Self-Portrait
1907
The Triumph of Heaven
The Triumph of Heaven
1907
Relaxing (Society in Top Hats)
Relaxing (Society in Top Hats)
1908
Self-Portrait
Self-Portrait
1910–1911
Perfected Portrait of Ivan Kliun
Perfected Portrait of Ivan Kliun
1913
Composition with La Gioconda (Partial Eclipse)
Composition with La Gioconda (Partial Eclipse)
1914
Red Square. Painterly Realism of a Peasant Woman in Two Dimensions
Red Square. Painterly Realism of a Peasant Woman in Two Dimensions
Suprematism
Suprematism
1915–1916
Suprematism
Suprematism
1915-16
Suprematism
Suprematism
Suprematism (Supremus No. 58)
Suprematism (Supremus No. 58)
1916
Alpha. Architecton
Alpha. Architecton
Black Circle
Black Circle
Black Cross
Black Cross
Black Square
Black Square
Circa 1923
Gota. Architecton
Gota. Architecton
Kettle with lid
Kettle with lid
Carpenter
Carpenter
1928–1929
Female Figure
Female Figure
1928–1929
Female Torso
Female Torso
1928–1929
Female Torso
Female Torso
Girl in the Countryside
Girl in the Countryside
1928–1929
Girls in a Field
Girls in a Field
Harvesting
Harvesting
1928–1929
Head of a Peasant
Head of a Peasant
1928-1929
Head of a Peasant
Head of a Peasant
1928–1929
Landscape with Five Houses
Landscape with Five Houses
1928–1929
Peasant in a Field
Peasant in a Field
1928–1929
To harvest (Martha and Vanka)
To harvest (Martha and Vanka)
Torso (Figure with a Pink Face)
Torso (Figure with a Pink Face)
1928–1929
Torso (Prototype of a New Image)
Torso (Prototype of a New Image)
1928–1929
Head of a Peasant
Head of a Peasant
Early 1930s
Peasant Woman
Peasant Woman
Early 1930s
Peasants
Peasants
Circa 1930
Three Female Figures
Three Female Figures
Early 1930s
Two Male Figures
Two Male Figures
Red Cavalry
Red Cavalry
Circa 1932
Red House
Red House
1932
Torso in a Yellow Shirt (Complicated Premonition)
Torso in a Yellow Shirt (Complicated Premonition)
Blacksmith
Blacksmith
1933
Male Portrait
Male Portrait
1933–1934
Portrait of a Youth
Portrait of a Youth
1933
Portrait of the Artist’s Wife
Portrait of the Artist’s Wife
1933
Self-Portrait (Artist)
Self-Portrait (Artist)
1933
Triple Portrait
Triple Portrait
1933
Woman Worker
Woman Worker
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The Mediateka

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Virtual tour of the exhibition, held in the branch of the Russian Museum in Málaga (Spain) from September 15, 2018  to February 03, 2019.

Year: 2018 | Virtual tours | Language: Russian, English

Virtual tour of the exhibition, held in the Russian Museum from September 14  to November 20, 2017.

Year: 2008 | A video film | Language: Russian | Duration: 26:00
Year: 2008 | A video film | Language: Russian | Duration: 26:00
Year: 2007 | A multimedia film | Language: Russian
Year: 2007 | An interactive program | Language: Russian
Year: 2004 | A multimedia film | Language: Russian
Year: 2004 | A multimedia film | Language: Russian
Year: 2000 | A video film | Language: Russian, English, French, Spanish, Italian | Duration: 26:00

Kazimir Malevich was the founder of the artistic and philosophical school of Suprematism. His outstanding ideas about forms and meanings in art would eventually constitute the theoretical underpinnings of non-objective, or abstract, art. Malevich worked in a variety of styles, but his most important and famous works concentrated on the exploration of pure geometric forms (squares, triangles, and circles). His philosophical theory of the new type of artist was ruined by soviet reality.

Year: 2000 | An interactive program | Language: Russian
Year: 1999 | A video film | Language: Russian, English | Duration: 44:30

Kazimir Malevich was the founder of the unique artistic and philosophical school of Russian avant-garde - Suprematism. This film is dedicated to the painting style of Kazimir Malevich

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A Partial Eclipse. Malevich – A Mistery

А. А. Курбановский

20 December 2018

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