Malevich and the American Legacy
Texts by Magdalena Dabrowski, Yve-Alain Bois, and Aleksandra Shatskikh; Conversation between Mark Francis and James Turrell; chronology and exhibition history by Aleksandra Shatskikh; Republished text by Donald Judd; Republished conversation between Mel Bochner and John Coplans
11 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches (28.6 x 28.6 cm); 244 pages; Fully illustrated
Designed by Dan Miller Design, New York; Printed by Shapco Printing, Minnapolis, MN
Weight: 4 lbs. 1 oz.
*Thanks to the art historian Andrei Nakov, for permission to reproduce in this catalog unique documents from his archives
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Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present a catalogue to accompany "Malevich and the American Legacy." The exhibition features six rare and pivotal works by Malevich alongside modern and contemporary artists including Alexander Calder, Ed Ruscha, Richard Serra, James Turrell, and Cy Twombly, all of whom share deep aesthetic, conceptual, and spiritual correspondences with Kazmir Malevich. Both the exhibition and the catalogue strive to contribute to the expanding scholarship on the influence of this Russian visionary. In addition to essays by Magdalena Dabrowski, Yve-Alain Bois, and Aleksandra Shatskikh, the publication also includes the following: a new interview with James Turrell on Malevich (in conversation with Mark Francis); “Malevich: Independent Form, Color, Surface” (Donald Judd, Art in America, March/April 1974), and “Mel Bochner on Malevich, an Interview” (John Coplans, Artforum, June 1974).
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