Tag Archives: Kazimir Malevich


Clear History: Boris Groys Tackles Art in the Age of the Internet

Boris Groys’s latest book of essays, In the Flow (Verso Books), has been marketed as being about art on the Internet. This is deceptive. For one thing, Groys’s definition of “art on the Internet” refers not to net art, digital … Read More


Morning Links: Kazimir Malevich’s Racist Joke Edition

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Ai Weiwei and Julian Assange raise the finger at the Ecuadorian embassy in London.


Morning Links: Dissident Selfie Edition

Getty Research Institute has acquired the archive of Maurice Tuchman, LACMA’s first full-time curator of modern art. [Artforum]Art dealer David Findlay Jr., owner of the 57th Street gallery of the same name, has died at the age of 82. [Artinfo]A … Read More

Dóra Maurer, Seven Rotations 1–6, 1979, six gelatin silver prints, 7⅞" × 7⅞", each. ©DÓRA MAURER/COLLECTION OF ZSOLT SOMLÓI AND KATALIN SPENGLER

“Adventures of the Black Square” at Whitechapel

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9 Awesome New Art Books for Kids

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Glitz and Garbage

The Kabakov retrospective in Moscow revealed more about contemporary Russia than it did about the artists. Read More


The 10 Most Faked Artists

Back in 1940 Newsweek reported that out of 2,500 paintings produced by Corot, 7,800 were in the United States. In 1953 ARTnewsstated that there was a “saying in France that Corot painted 2,000 canvases, 5,000 of which are in America.”In … Read More


Smoke Screen at the Stedelijk

New evidence suggests that the museum obscured the history of how it came by its Malevich collection. New evidence suggests that the museum obscured the history of how it came by its Malevich collection Read More