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Kazemir Malevich in 60 seconds? Yes, thanks to Tim Marlow ⋆ HUMA3
When the Bolsheviks stormed St Petersburg’s Winter Palace in 1917, little did they know that the country’s artistic revolution had already begun. Avant-garde pioneer Kazimir Malevich had stripped his Suprematist art down to its barest essentials with the game-changing Black Square as early as 1915. However, art and politics were destined to become far more closely intertwined. Malevich’s own story ...