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10:56

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Malevich superstar

georgina oliver

On the day I braved the rain to see the Malevich retrospective at Malaga's Russian Museum - hesitating between catching a number 3 bus on the Plaza de la Marina and unearthing the new number 7 stop amid the metro excavation works on the Alameda ... couldn't take my eyes off Malevich's faceless semi-abstract figures representing listless peasants set against stark backgrounds, barely suggesting boundless landscapes. Somehow, they reminded me of us here and now, of what we are fast becoming: not so much ... icons as avatars, heralding the advent of an algorithm-driven era. Merci, Frédérique...! If not for that impactful image advertising your skills as a portraitist, key aspects of the museum's current homage to Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935) would most

18:24

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From Malaga to London with Kazimir Malevich

Jennie Rhodes

It is a coincidence that the Kazimir Malevich exhibition at Malaga's Museo Ruso should be showing at the same time as Malaga-based British artist Derek Worthington, is putting the finishing touches to a collection of three dimensional abstract ... Worthington says it would be timely to have the opportunity to show the collages again, with the Malevich exhibition in Malaga. The artist explains that some time ago while working "almost exclusively" on landscapes he "decided to take a break and begin ... he went to see the "Revolution" exhibition at the Royal Academy in London, which was showing Russian art from 1917 until the 1930 and included a section devoted to Malevich. "The collection represented Malevich's manifesto of 'Suprematism' of which he

17:03

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Malevich at the Russian Museum

Antonio Javier López

...corner'. And there, in the corner of the room where his funeral was held, is where Kazimir Malevich wanted his 'Red square' to be hung, the picture he had painted 20 years earlier in 1915, in the same way others portrayed God. Because for this artist, ... divinity couldn't be represented as a person. God was beyond that, distilled until only a shape and colour remained, far removed from realism. THE EXHIBITION Title. 'Kazimir Malevich'. Where. The Russian Museum. Tabacalera. Avenida Sor Teresa Prat, 15, ... Malaga When. Until 3 February. Opening hours. Tuesday to Sunday, 9.30am to 8pm. Malevich arrived at this point in painting after decades of research and flirting with through other styles. He began as an impressionist, then tried fauvism, futurism

12:50

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Around the galleries

Denise Bush

Picasso, Constantin Brancusi, Paul Cézanne, Robert Delaunay, Alberto Giacometti, Juan Gris, Vasily Kandinsky, Fernand Léger, El Lissitzky, Kazimir Malevich, Franz Marc, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró, Piet Mondrian, Georges Braque, Paul Klee and Henry Moore are

15:31

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The Pompidou unveils its new collection with a look at modern ideas of Utopia

Antonio javier lópez

Gargallo’s ‘The Prophet’ (1933-36); the sculpture called ‘Prometheus Strangling the Vulture’ by Jacques Lipchitz (1936), and the model of an ideal city by Kazimir Malevich, called ‘Alpha’ (1923-1978). Also on view are Julio González’s bronze sculpture ‘Head ... anger. Room 2 The end of the illusions Anyone searching for major names in the history of art will find some of them here: Picasso, Malevich, Chagall and Kandinsky, almost rubbing shoulders with one another. The first work in this room is ... ‘[Sensation of Danger] The Running Man’ (1930-31) by Kazimir Malevich and ‘The Fall of Icarus’ (1974-77) by Marc Chagall, before moving on to more contemporary artists such as Erik Bulatov and his ‘Spring in a Workers’ Rest House’ (1988), ‘Final Summer’ (2002)