RETHINKING MALEVICH

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface Charlotte Douglas
Introduction Christina Lodder: Malevich Scholarship: A Brief Introduction

I

Chapter 1. John Bowlt: Kazimir Malevich and Fedor Rerberg
Chapter 2. Elena Basner: The Early Work of Malevich and Kandinsky: A Comparative Analysis
Chapter 3. Natalia Avtonomova: Malevich and Kandinsky: The Abstract Path

II

Chapter 4. Tatiana Goriacheva: Suprematism and Constructivism: An Intersection of Parallels
Chapter 5. Myroslava M. Mudrak: Malevich and his Ukrainian Contemporaries
Chapter 6. Pamela Kachurin: Malevich as Soviet Bureaucrat: Ginkhuk and the Survival of the Avant-Garde, 1924-1926
Chapter 7. Konstantin Akinsha: Malevich and Lenin: Image, Ritual, and the Cube

III

Chapter 8. Irina Vakar: Malevich and Jose Ortega-y- Gasset on the "New Art"
Chapter 9. Christina Lodder: Living in Space: Kazimir Malevich's Suprematist Architecture and the Philosophy of Nikolai Fedorov
Chapter 10. Adrian Barr: From Vozbuzhdenie to Oshchushchenie: Theoretical Shifts, Nova Generatsiia, and the Late Paintings

IV

Chapter 11. Linda Boersma: Malevich, Lissitzky,Van Doesburg: Suprematism and De Stijl
Chapter 12. Eva Forgacs: Malevich and Western Modernism
Chapter 13. Charlotte Douglas: Malevich and De Chirico
Chapter 14. James Lawrence: Back to Square One

V

Chapter 15. Aleksandra Shatskikh: Aspects of Kazimir Malevich's Literary Legacy: a Summary
Chapter 16. Irina Karasik: Extending Malevich in Contemporary Russian Art
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