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Kazimir Malevich

February 23, 1878 (Kiev, Ukraine) – Mai 15, 1935 (Saint Petersburg, Russia).

 Malevich worked in a variety of styles, but he is mostly known for his contribution to the formation of a true Russian avant-garde post-World War I through his own unique philosophy of perception and painting, which he termed Suprematism. He invented this term because, ultimately, he believed that art should transcend subject matter - the truth of shape and color should reign 'supreme' over the image or narrative. 

Works: Black Square, The Reaper, White on White.