Squaring Up

Squaring Up commemorates the upcoming 100th anniversary of Kasimir Malevich painting his signature work, Black Square. Although the work was first exhibited in 1915 and reportedly painted in the same year the exact date of completion is moot. However his first ‘black square’ sketch is dated 1913. Regardless, Black Square has been an inspiration to generations of artists and continues to stil

Art Exhibition previously on at Langford 120 in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Saturday 23 November 2013 to Friday 20 December 2013

e invite image Variations on a still point 36 image 1+1 image M Plus: Construction # 1,2,3,4 image Untitled 2 (Reverse) image D13, D5, D8, D9, D11, D4, D1, D10   image Blank Square (1929) image Long Loves Days image Rolling square ( 2 hours 30 minutes) image Homage to Ralph Balson # 10 image Tilt 1 image Installation view image Installation view image Installation view image Installation view image Installation view image

Published by anonymous on Saturday 07 December 2013.
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Works by artists included in this exhibition appear to be ‘non-objective’ although, strictly speaking, most would not fall within Malevich’s strict definition of non-objectivity. Nevertheless, alogisms, basic geometric forms, non-referentiality, limited colour, the interplay of spatial conundrums and the lack of discernible expressive content link these works with some of Malevich’s ideas.

Artists: Pam Aitken, Susan Andrews, Louise Blyton, Lynne Eastaway, Gill Gatfield, Kendal Heyes, P.J. Hickman, Wilma Tabacco, Fran Van Reimsdyk, Stephen Wickham. Curators: Stephen Wickham and Wilma Tabacco