Tag Archives: Kasimir Malevich

White on White

I went looking for an image of this painting and found it on the front page of a google image search from off of this very blog. What can it mean? Advertisements

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Kasimir Malevich

I think this may be my favourite painting of all. I couldn’t quite believe the purity and the cheek of it when I first saw it in the Stedelijk museum in Amsterdam. It out-austeres Barnett Newman. Historical note for Grey … Continue reading

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More Malevich

I’d forgotten how much I like his work. Simple, clean, focussed, tight; it’s the Ars Poetica equivalent of Pulisball. Black Circle, 1913, Oil on Canvas

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