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Suprematism

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This powerpoint presentation talks about the Art Movement: Suprematism. It also discusses about the history, definition and characteristics of Suprematism. It also discusses about the painters who are related in the period of Suprematism.

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Suprematism

  1. 1. Suprematism
  2. 2. Suprematism  It is an art movement, focused on basic geometric forms, such as circles, squares, lines, and rectangles, painted in a limited range of colors.
  3. 3. Suprematism  The movement also expressed an interest in concepts that related to non-euclidean geometry, which imagined forms moving through space.
  4. 4. Suprematism  It was founded by Kazimir Malevich in Russia, around 1913
  5. 5. Suprematism  The term suprematism refers to an abstract art based upon "the supremacy of pure artistic feeling" rather than on visual depiction of objects.
  6. 6. Suprematism  Suprematism, in sharp contrast to Constructivism, embodies a profoundly anti-materialist, anti-utilitarian philosophy.
  7. 7. Suprematism  This development in artistic expression came about when Russia was in a revolutionary state, ideas were in ferment, and the old order was being swept away.  As the new order became established, and Stalinism took hold from 1924 on, the state began limiting the freedom of artists.
  8. 8. Famous Artists of Suprematism  Kazimir Malevich  Russian painter and Art theoretician  Originator of avant-garde suprematist movement
  9. 9. Famous Artists of Suprematism  El Lissitzky  Russian artist, designer, photographer, and architect  Important figure of Russian avant-garde movement  Student of Kazimir Malevich, who developed Suprematism
  10. 10. Famous Artists of Suprematism  Lazar Khidekel  Artist, designer, and architect  Only person who applied Suprematism in architecture
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