Kazimir Severinovich Malevich approximately in 1923 created the painting Black Cross. Suprematist or otherwise, the highest highest and non-objective image is this work of art.
Again, once again, the artist proves that his postulates are unshakable in relation to the development of new art. It was this new trend, according to him, that should replace the traditional, old.
He believed that the characters should always remain unchanged, and this is the main thread that runs through the content of the whole picture. A new direction, called Suprematism, was also founded by Malevich. He always advocated simple forms. The master believed that they are the foundations of the universe. This is a prototype of what exists in reality.
The picture itself is written in square format. White background, and on it is a cross with equal ends. All the artist’s attention is focused on the texture of the painting.
According to Malevich himself, the colors white and black are the embodiment of the inherent form of energy. White is a sign of pure action, and black is an economic sign. Only these colors, as well as red, do not have pressure on the aesthetic component of color, they are, as it were, distinctive in themselves.
An exhibition of the master’s works took place in November 1915. At the exhibition, along with this work, 39 works of the same suprematist orientation were also exhibited.
Kazemir Severinovich is a subtle strategist. And this is felt by his famous works. He could calmly adapt to any political movement.
But there were moments in his life when the artist, although he lived in harmony with the new government, but sometimes its atrocities were so real that Malevich could not stand it. And in protest that he does not support the policy of the current leadership of the country, he wrote such Suprematist works.
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