Kazimir Malevich (1879–1935), born in Kiev, was a: painter, graphic artist, designer, creator and founder of Suprematism, teacher, philosopher. He studied at the Kiev Drawing School, in the studio of F. Rerberg in Moscow, was a volunteer at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture.
In his development, he went from realism to becoming one of the leaders of the avant-garde movement. The date of creation of Suprematism is considered to be 1915, when at the “Last Futuristic Exhibition of Paintings 0.10″” Malevich exhibited 39 paintings. This included “The Black Square” (1915), which became an “icon” of Suprematism, the most famous work of Malevich.
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