Art & Language, Ilya Kabakov

The Non-Objective World Art & Language Kabakov


30 x 22.5 cm   (11.7 x 8.6 in)

Published by Sprovieri


Language: English

Pages: 122


A revisitation of the radical, early 20th century theoretical departure spelled out by Kasimir Malevich in his book, ‘The Non-Objective World’ - however not through his original Black Square paintings, but through related works by the important conceptual artists, Art & Language (Michael Baldwin and Mel Ramsden) and Ilya Kabakov. Each of them has absorbed over the last 50 years, as conceptual artists, the impact which Malevich has had on modern art and turned it into something of their own.

Edited by Jill Silverman van Coenegrachts with texts by Art & Language, Matthew Jesse Jackson, Ilya Kabakov, Rod Mengham and Andrei Nakov, the author of the Malevich catalogue raisonné. Published by Sprovieri Gallery to coincide with the exhibition “The Non-Objective World”.

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