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Kazimir Malevich

Kazimir Malevich was a key figure of the Russian and Soviet avant-garde and, as the inventor of Suprematist painting, one of the most important artists of the twentieth century. He reappeared fifty years after his death with The Last Futurist Exhibition, a show that opened in 1985 in a Belgrade apartment. The following year, the same exhibition took place in the Galerija Škuc, Ljubljana (Slovenia), and Art in America published “A Letter from Kazimir Malevich”, a document sent from Belgrade in September 1986. Since then, works of Kazimir Malevich (Belgrade), all dated 1985, have been seen in “Art Histories” at VOX as well as :

Anfang Gut. Alles Gut., Basso, Berlin & Kunsthaus, Bregenz (Austria), 2011
Kontakt Sofia, Sofia City Art Gallery, Sofia (Bulgaria), 2011
Kontact Collection, Audian Gallery, Vancouver, 2011 – Museum of Parallel Narratives, Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona – MACBA, Barcelona (Spain), 2011
Seconde Main, Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris, 2010
Autobiography, Galerija Gregor Podnar, Berlin, 2009 / Galerija Gregor Podnar, Ljubljana (Slovenia), 2008 – What is Modern Art?, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, 2006
Kontakt, Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien – MUMOK, Vienna (Austria), 2006
East Art Map, KEOM, Hagen (Germany), 2005 – Conquering New Spaces, The Kosovo Art Gallery, Prishtina (Kosovo), 2005
International Exhibition of Modern Art, Kunsthaus, Dresden (Germany), 2003 / Venice Biennial, 2003
Fiction Reconstructed, Műcsarnok, Budapest (Hungary), 2002 / Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade (Serbia), 2001 / Moderna Galerija, Celje (Slovenia), 2001 / Galerija Škuc, Ljubljana (Slovenia), 2000
Collection 2000+, Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana (Slovenia), 2000
– _The New Museum Benefit Sho_w, New York, 1994
Kontext-Kunst, Neue Galerie, Graz (Austria), 1993
Recent Portraits, Hereford Salon, London, 1992
Trigon, Neue Galerie, Graz (Austria), 1991 / 1987
International Exhibition of Modern Art, Gallery of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade (Serbia), 1986 / Galerija Škuc, Ljubljana (Slovenia), 1986

Finally, works by Kazimir Malevich (Belgrade) were also exhibited on numerous occasions as an integral part of the Retroavangarda installations of the IRWIN group.

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