Suprematism

Malevich reigns supreme in London exhibitions

The Art Newspaper reports on Malevich exhibitions, which reference previous shows of his work

Disputes in Russia concerning the authenticity of many works attributed to Malevich circulating the Russian art market

As a major Malevich show opens in London, claims grow that the avant-garde market is still plagued by the fakes

It's complicated: Tate on Kazimir Malevich and the West

As a touring show opens at Tate Modern, is a rounded picture finally emerging?

Campaign to build Malevich centre by artist’s grave

An avant-garde enthusiast and an investment banker have joined forces to save the site from commercial development

"Painting the Absolute": Four volumes on Kazimir Malevich, the pioneering painter-priest of abstraction

Andréi Nakov, a leading expert on Malevich, has produced a large-scale study of the Russian avant-garde's art and life

'Malevich and Kandinsky in 3D' comes to Moscow Airport

Irina Lebedeva talks on getting locals interested in art

Stedelijk returns five Malevich works to artist’s heirs

Museum retains 79 works on long-term loan from the City of Amsterdam

This summer, the "Kasimir Malevich: Suprematism" exhibition is to travel from Germany to the USA

Organised by the Guggenheim Foundation and the Menil Foundation, works presenting the Russian avant-garde's embrace of abstract art will be displayed

Moscow property development threatens site of Malevich grave

Local authorities have not been sympathetic towards Malevich's estate where he was buried

A failing Russian bank exposes a climate of fear and suspicion over ownership of Malevich’s “Black Square”

The painting is currently with Russia's Culture Ministry, though Malevich's heirs dispute the bank's original ownership

Malevich heirs gunning for Amsterdam’s Stedelijk

Museum bought works after artist abandoned them in Berlin

Malévich heirs stake claim on MoMA works

The New York museum insists it has sound title

Malévich to be exhibited in Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia

The exhibition will show just 42 pictures from the early 19th century, including “Black square on a white ground”

Rozhdestwjenski exhibition, to be shown at Gmurzynska, just one of many Eastern European artists promoted and placed in Western museums by the Gmurzynska family

Exhibition, “Under the Sign of the Red Cross”, showing works by Rozhdestwjenski, disciple of Suprematist founder Malévich, is one of many before "Premierentage"

Correcting Malévich’s own disinformation

Conference papers of the 1988-89 touring exhibition are scutinised

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