İdil Sanat ve Dil Dergisi
Cilt 7, Sayı 47  Temmuz 2018  (ISSN: 2146-9903, E-ISSN: 2147-3056)
Tolga ŞENOL, Ayşenur Ceren ASMAZ

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K. Malevich is the pioneer and most important representative of the art movement of suprematism, which is understood as ‘supremacy’. In the art movement, which has been seen to exist since 1913 with the motto of World without Object, the objective expression has been wracked and destroyed. In this context, the artist has used only pure-geometric - compositions in his paintings for many years. Malevic also supported this approach, which he did within the framework of artistic understanding of suprematism, and gave insightful information about the concept of art. However, towards the 1930s, a serious transformation took place in the artist’s paintings, in which context, gurines appeared to be included in compositions. Aim of the study; To examine the intellectual-formalism of gurative paintings by determining the reasons for the transition from purely abstract painting to gurative painting in K. Malevich’s paintings and to question the existence of suprematism in gurative period works in this context. The sample of the work is recent gurative works of Malevich. As a data collec- tion tool in the research, artifact analysis, literature review and comparison methods were used. The costumes used in the theater play “Victory Against the Sun”, which triggered the formation of the Suprematist art concept in Malevich; it is determined that the artist is similar to the gures used in the post-abstract-geometric period. Besides this, the knowledge of the artist’s written works is not only an approach that exists in pure-geometric works, but also that every pure-geometric composition work can not be a suprematist. The ndings are discussed in terms of the importance of the study.