This exhibition celebrates the historic moment in the history of modern art when Kazimir Malevich debuted his new non-objective paintings under the banner of Suprematism and Vladimir Tatlin introduced his revolutionary counter-relief sculptures. They were bitter rivals and diametrically opposed in their creative thinking, so when an exhibition in which their new works appeared, entitled 0,10: The Last Futurist Exhibition of Painting and organized by fellow artist Ivan Puni in St. Petersburg in 1915, the other 12 artists in the show chose sides. It was a stylistically diverse exhibition, with cubist-inspired works and the first non-objective paintings and reliefs. The Beyeler’s presentation will include a large number of the works from the original exhibition. The catalogue will include essays by exhibition curator Matthew Drutt and other leading scholars, as well as documents gathered together and translated for the first time.
The Menil Collection, Jan 29 – Jun 12, 2005
The Menil Collection, May 26 – Sep 5, 2004
Fondation Beyeler, Riehen/Basel, October 4, 2015 – January 17, 2016
Artpace San Antonio, January 13 – May 01, 2011
Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin (January 15 – April 22, 2003) and traveled to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (June 17 – September 10, 2003) the The Menil Collection, Houston (October 3, 2003 – January 11, 2004)