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Year: 2009 | A video film | Language: Russian | Duration: 39:02
Year: 2009 | An interactive program | Language: Russian
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: 2006 | A video film | Language: Russian | Duration: 39:02
Year: 2006 | A video film | Language: Russian | Duration: 25:44
Year: 2006 | An interactive program | Language: Russian
Year: 2005 | A video film | Language: Russian | Duration: 25:48
Year: 2005 | A multimedia film | Language: Russian | Duration: 08:00
Year: 2004 | A multimedia film | Language: Russian
Year: 2004 | A video film | Language: Russian | Duration: 52:00
Year: 2004 | A multimedia film | Language: Russian
Year: 2003 | A video film | Language: Russian | Duration: 25:46
Year: 2002 | A video film | Language: Russian | Duration: 26:01
Year: 2002 | A video film | Language: Russian | Duration: 26:00
Year: 2002 | A video film | Language: Russian | Duration: 26:00
Year: 2002 | An interactive program | Language: Russian
Year: 2000 | A video film | Language: Russian | Duration: 25:51
Year: 2000 | An interactive program | 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: 53:00

This film tells about Russian avant-garde. It does not correspond to any definite artistic program or style. This term was assigned to radical innovative movements in Russian art during revolutions.

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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