The story of the creation and presentation of one of the most discussed works in the history of fine arts. The artistic path of Malevich is associated with the exploration of newly emerging artistic trends: from impressionism to cubism to cubofuturism. Malevich started developing the concept of Suprematism in the spring of 1915. His “Suprematist Black Square” is a rare, truly revolutionary works that changed the prevailing ideas about art.
The tour is conducted by Tatyana Balitskaya, an employee of the department of scientific and educational work of The Tretyakov Gallery.
Malevich's Black Square (1915) is an iconic work for "suprematism" and the 20th-century art. The visitors will learn the history behind the painting, see some technique features used, and dive into the essence of one of the most controversial works of art. The tour is conducted by Tatyana Balitskaya, an employee of the educational department at The Tretyakov Gallery.
As a major museum of national arts in Russia The Tretyakov Gallery reveals its unique contribution to global culture. It is well-known for its rich and diverse collection and a welcoming atmosphere.
History of the Moscow region from the Stone Age to Peter the Great
The History of the Chambers of the Old English Court
A general biology exposition located in a former estate
The 40,000 names
The exhibition of Soviet and Russian artist Tatiana Nazarenko's works
The models and copies of his monuments