Item Number: 149132
Title: Celebrating Suprematism : New Approaches to the Art of KAZIMIR MALEVICH
Author: Lodder, Christina
Price: Not Available
Description: Leiden: Brill, 2018. 24cm., hardcover, 330pp., 98 illus., most in color.
Contents: New Information Concerning The Black Square, Irina Vakar || Defining Suprematism- The Year of Discovery, Charlotte Douglas || Malevich, the Fourth Dimension, and the Ether of Space One Hundred Years Later, Linda Dalrymple Henderson || The Path of Empirical Criticism in Russia or 'The Milky Way of Inventors', Alexander Bouras || Kazimir Malevich, Unovis, and the Poetics of Materiality, Maria Kokkori, Alexander Bouras and Irina Karasik || Branches of Unovis in Smolensk and Orenburg, Alexander Lisov || Suprematism and/or Supremacy of Architecture, Samuel Johnson || Lazar Khidekel and Suprematism as an Embodiment of the Infinite, Regina Khidekel || '…In our time, when it became We …'- A Previously Unknown Essay by Kazimir Malevich, Tatiana Goriacheva || 'A thing of quality defies being produced in quantity'- Suprematist Porcelain and Its Afterlife in Leningrad Design, Yulia Karpova || Suprematist Textiles, Julia Tulovsky || Suprematism- A Shortcut into the Future- The Reception of Malevich by Polish and Hungarian Artists during the Inter-War Period, Éva Forgács || Conflicting Approaches to Creativity? Suprematism and Constructivism.
(Russian History and Culture, 22)
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