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Kazimir Malevich Exhibition Opens in Moscow
27.02.2012 10:56
Kazimir Malevich Exhibition Opens in Moscow

Exhibition Kazimir Malevich: Signs Come from Us dedicated to the 133th anniversary since the artists birth has opened in the Exhibition Hall in Myasnitskaya hall.
      
      The secret of his famous Black Square has not been solved yet, and ideas of Malevich still have a great influence on artistic processes all over the world, and this is well illustrated at the exhibition Kazimir Malevich: Signs Come from Us.
      
      The exposition includes works by Russian artists who are justly considered classics of modern art Vladimir Nemukhin, Francisco Infante, Yuri Avvakumov, Igor Vulokh and many others.
      
      Participants of the exhibition, each in their in own way, have tried to solve the mystery of Malevich Black Square and have presented their own variations on the theme of the most famous work by Kazimir Malevich, and tried to continue and expand the research of color and composition.
      
      The exhibition runs till March, 16th.
      
      Source: tvkultura.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Kazimir Malevich Exhibitions in Moscow Suprematism   

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