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Suprematismus

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Casimiri Malewicz Circulus Niger, oleum in textili, 106.4 × 106.4 cm (1915). Museum Civitatis Russicum Petropoli.
Casimiri Malewicz Compositio Suprematistica: Albus in Albo (1918). Museum Artis Modernae Novi Eboraci.[1]
Casimiri Malewicz Suprematismus (1916–1917). Museum Artis Crasnodariense.
El Lissitzky A Proun (circa 1925).
Casimiri Malewicz Imago sui (1933).

Suprematismus (Russice Супремати́зм) est motus artis qui primas iactat formas geometricas, sicut circulos, quadrilateralia (quadrata, rectangula, parallelogrammata), et lineas, in finita colorum varietate pictas. Qui motus, a Casimiro Malewicz in Russia circa 1913 fundatus, in eius Ultima Exhibitione Picturarum Futuristica 0.10 Petropoli anno 1915 nuntiatus est, ubi ipse, cum tredecim artificibus aliis, triginta sex opera eodem modo confecta exhibuerunt.[2] Vocabulum suprematismus genus artis abstractae attingit quod "dominatum puri sensus artificis,"[3] potius quam visualem rerum depictionem, celebrat.[4]

Motus ortus[recensere | fontem recensere]

Casimirus Malevich notionem Suprematismi excogitavit cum pictor felix esset, quia res in exhibitionibus Donkey's Tail et Der Blaue Reiter anni 1912 cum operibus cubo-futuristicis iam exhibuerat. Auctus novorum generum artificum in pictura, poesi, theatroque, cum redintegrata traditionalis artis vulgaris Russicae exspectatione, nova circumiecta opima fecit, ubi cultura Modernistica nata est.

Clarissimae suprematismi exhibitiones[recensere | fontem recensere]

Exhibitiones aequaevae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Exhibitio Artis Ornamentalis Modernae. Pinacotheca Lemercier Moscuae, 1915.
  • Ultima Exhibitionis Futuristicae Picturarum 0.10. Pinacotheca Dobychina Petropoli, 1915.
  • Prima Exhibitio Artis Rusicae. Pinacotheca Van Diemen Berolini, 1922.
  • Prima Exhibitio Civica Artificum Locorum et Moscuae. Vitebsci, 1919.
  • Exhibitio Picturarum Artificum Petropolitanorum Omnium Inclinationum, 1918–1923. Petropoli, 1923.

Exhibitiones respicientes[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • The Great Utopia: The Russian and Soviet Avant-Garde, 1915-1932. Museum Salomonis R. Guggenheim, Novi Eboraci, 1992.
  • Malevich’s Circle: Confederates: Students: Followers in Russia 1920s–1950s. State Russian Museum, Petropoli, 2000.
  • Kazimir Malevich: Suprematism. Museum Salomonis R. Guggenheim, Novi Eboraci, 2003.
  • Zaha Hadid and Suprematism. Pinacotheca Gmurzynska, Turici, 2010.
  • Lazar Khidekel: Surviving Suprematism. Museum Judah L. Magnes, Berkeleiae, 2004–2005.
  • Lazar Markovich Khidekel–the Rediscovered Suprematist. Domus Konstruktiv, Turici, 2010–2011.
  • Kazimir Malevich and the Russian Avant-Garde. Museum Stedelijk, Amstelodami, 2013.
  • Malevich: Revolutionary of Russian Art. Modernum Tate, Londinii, 2014.
  • Floating Worlds and Future Cities: Genius of Lazar Khidekel, Suprematism and Russian Avant-garde. Novi Eboraci, 2013.

Artifices qui suprematismo faverunt[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. The Collection.
  2. Honour et Fleming 2009: 793–795.
  3. Anglice "the supremacy of pure artistic feeling."
  4. Malewicz 1959.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Malewicz, Kazimir. 1927, 1959. The Non-Objective World. Liber Anglice conversus ab Howard Dearstyne e libro Theodisce converso anno 1927 ab A. von Riesen ex primo manuscripto Russico. Sicagi: Paul Theobald and Company, Chicago.
  • Gray, Camilla. 1976. The Russian Experiment in Art. Londinii: Thames and Hudson.
  • Gray, Camilla. 1986. The Russian Experiment in Art. Editio retractata et aucta a Marian Burleigh-Motley. Londinii: Thames et Hudson. ISBN 0500202079.
  • Gooding, Mel. 2001. Abstract Art. Londinii: Tate Publishing.
  • Honour, Hugh, et J. Fleming. 2009. A World History of Art. Ed. 7a. Londinii: Laurence King Publishing. ISBN 9781856695848.
  • Marcadé, Jean-Claude. 1978. "What is Suprematism?" In Kasimir Malewitsch zum 100. Geburtstag, catalogo exhibitionis. Coloniae: Galerie Gmurzynska.

Bibliographia addita[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Chan-Magomedow, Selim O. 1983. Pioniere der sowjetischen Architectur. Dresdae: VEB Verlag der Kunst.
  • Efimova, Alla. 2004. Surviving Suprematism: Lazar Khidekel. Berkeleiae: Judah L. Magnes Museum.
  • Khan-Magomedov, Selim O. 1995. Pioneers of the Soviet Design. Moscuae: Galart.
  • Khan-Magomedov, Selim O. 2008. Lazar Khidekel. Creators of Russian Classical Avant-garde series.
  • Khan-Magomedov, Selim, et Regina Khidekel. 1995. Lazar Markovich Khidekel:Suprematism and Architecture. Novi Eboraci: Leonard Hutton Galleries.
  • Khidekel, Mark. 1989. Suprematism and Architectural Projects of Lazar Khidekel. Architectural Design 59(7-8).
  • Khidekel, Mark. 1989. Suprematism in Architecture. L’Arca 27.
  • Lamac, Miroslav, et Juri Padrta. 1978. The Idea of Suprematism. In Kasimir Malewitsch zum 100. Geburtstag, catalogus exhibitionis. Coloniae: Galerie Gmurzynska.
  • Marcadé, Jean-Claude. 2012. Malevich, Painting and Writing: On the Development of a Suprematist Philosophy. In Kazimir Malevich: Suprematism. Guggenheim Museum, 17 Aprilis. Kindle Edition.
  • Marcadé, Jean-Claude. 1977. Some Remarks on Suprematism. In Suprematisme, catalogus exhinitionis. Lutetiae: Galerie Jean Chauvelin.
  • Martineau, Emmanuel. 1977. A Philosophy of the 'Suprema'. In Suprematisme, catalogus exhinitionis. Lutetiae: Galerie Jean Chauvelin.
  • Schatskikh, Alexandra. 1992. Unovis: Epicenter of a New World: The Great Utopia: The Russian and Soviet Avant-Garde 1915-1932. Francofurti: Schirn Kunsthalle.
  • Zhadova, Larissa A. 1982. Malevich: Suprematism and Revolution in Russian Art 1910-1930. Londinii: Thames and Hudson. ISBN 0500091471.
  • Zhadova, Larissa A. 1978. Suche und Experiment: Russische und sowjetische Kunst 1910 bis 1930. Dresdae: VEB Verlag der Kunst.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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