Kazimir Malevich The Climax of Disclosure
The life and work of Kazimir Malevich, a key artist in the Royal Academy's Revolution: Russian Art 1917–1932 exhibition, is here explored by Rainer Crone and David Moss. Kazimir Malevich: The Climax of Disclosure is an illuminating book, revealing new ways of reading the work of the originator of Suprematist art.
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|No. of Pages||320|
|No. of Illustrations||155 63 in colour|
|Dimensions||12.7 x 19.8cm|
|Fabric & material||Paperback|
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This Kazimir Malevich: The Climax of Disclosure book travels from the artist's early years in Ukraine and Moscow, interacting with the the Futurist circle, through the Russian revolution onwards, with a close look at his later work alongside important historical contexts.
Kazimir Malevich was renowned for the 39 Suprematist works he exhibited in Leningrad in December 1915, receiving instant acclaim from the Russian avant-garde. The book includes chapters on origins, innovation, poetry and more.
Rainer Crone is University Professor Emeritus of Contemporary Art and History of Film at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany, and David Moos is the former Curator of Contemporary Art at AGO Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada.
320 pages, with over 150 illustrations in both colour and black and white.