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'''Tenth State Exhibition: Non-objective Creation as Suprematism''' [Х Государственная выставка. Беспредметное творчество и супрематизм] was held in April 1919 in Moscow.
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'''Tenth State Exhibition: Non-objective Creation as Suprematism''' [Х Государственная выставка. Беспредметное творчество и супрематизм] was the 10th in the series of [[IZO Narkompros#Catalogues|IZO Narkompros]] exhibitions, held from 27 April until late May 1919 in Moscow.
  
Its 30-page catalogue contains articles by [[Malevich]] ([http://kazimirmalevich.ru/bsp15/ "Suprematizm"]), [[Kliun]] ("Iskusstvo tsveta"), [[Rozanova]], [[Rodchenko]], [[Popova]], and others.
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Participants included V. Agrarykh ([[Stepanova]]), A.A. Vesnin, N. Davydova, I. Kliun, [[Malevich]], M.I. Menkov, [[Popova]], [[Rodchenko]], [[Rozanova]] (posthumously). The exhibition had manifested the emerging split between Suprematism and Constructivism, although not yet in terminology. The 30-page catalogue contains statements from almost all participants (except for Vesnin and Davydova, in the case of Rozanova some of her earlier published statements were used). Opponents of Suprematism, united under the slogan "non-objective creation", included Rodchenko, Stepanova, Popova, Vesnin. In contrast to Malevich's painting ''White on White'', exhibited for the first time, Rodchenko exhibited canvases ''Black on Black''. There was a schism also among suprematists: while Menkov was unconditionally on the side of Malevich, Kliun attacked him in his manifesto ("Iskusstvo tsveta").
  
; See also
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The exhibition was the last joint event of representatives of the then two major tendencies in the Russian avant-garde art.
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==Catalogue texts==
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* [[Media:Bespredmetnoe_tvorchestvo_i_suprematizm_1919_1933.pdf|Catalogue texts reprinted in ''Sovetskoe iskusstvo za 15 let'']], ed. I. Matsa, et al., Moscow/Leningrad, 1933, pp 110-117.
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** 1-2. В. Аграрых, «О выствленных графиках», «Беспредметное творчество» (EN:  [http://archive.org/stream/RussianArtOfAvantGarde/RAA#page/n178/mode/1up "Concerning My Graphics at the Exhibition", 1976],  [http://archive.org/stream/RussianArtOfAvantGarde/RAA#page/n180/mode/1up "Nonobjective Creation", 1976])
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** 3. Л. Попова, выдержки их статей (EN:  [http://archive.org/stream/RussianArtOfAvantGarde/RAA#page/n185/mode/1up statement, 1976], [http://archive.org/stream/ArtInTheory/AIT#page/n167/mode/1up 1992])
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** 4. О. Розанова, из журн. «Супремус» №1 и из журн. «Союз молодежи» №3, 1913 (EN:  [http://archive.org/stream/RussianArtOfAvantGarde/RAA#page/n187/mode/1up "Extracts from Articles", 1976])
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** 5. Родченко, «Беспредметная живопись», «Система Родченко» (EN:  [http://archive.org/stream/RussianArtOfAvantGarde/RAA#page/n187/mode/1up "Rodchenko's System", 1976])
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** 6. М. Меньков (EN: [http://archive.org/stream/RussianArtOfAvantGarde/RAA#page/n184/mode/1up statement, 1976])
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** 7. Малевич, «Супрематизм», [http://kazimirmalevich.ru/bsp15/ HTML] (EN:  [http://archive.org/stream/RussianArtOfAvantGarde/RAA#page/n182/mode/1up "Suprematism", 1976])
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** 8. И. Клюн, «Искусство цвета» (EN:  [http://archive.org/stream/RussianArtOfAvantGarde/RAA#page/n181/mode/1up "Color Art", 1976])
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==See also==
 
* [[Suprematism]]
 
* [[Suprematism]]
 
* [[Russia#Avant-garde]]
 
* [[Russia#Avant-garde]]

Latest revision as of 22:01, 15 August 2015

Catalogue cover.

Tenth State Exhibition: Non-objective Creation as Suprematism [Х Государственная выставка. Беспредметное творчество и супрематизм] was the 10th in the series of IZO Narkompros exhibitions, held from 27 April until late May 1919 in Moscow.

Participants included V. Agrarykh (Stepanova), A.A. Vesnin, N. Davydova, I. Kliun, Malevich, M.I. Menkov, Popova, Rodchenko, Rozanova (posthumously). The exhibition had manifested the emerging split between Suprematism and Constructivism, although not yet in terminology. The 30-page catalogue contains statements from almost all participants (except for Vesnin and Davydova, in the case of Rozanova some of her earlier published statements were used). Opponents of Suprematism, united under the slogan "non-objective creation", included Rodchenko, Stepanova, Popova, Vesnin. In contrast to Malevich's painting White on White, exhibited for the first time, Rodchenko exhibited canvases Black on Black. There was a schism also among suprematists: while Menkov was unconditionally on the side of Malevich, Kliun attacked him in his manifesto ("Iskusstvo tsveta").

The exhibition was the last joint event of representatives of the then two major tendencies in the Russian avant-garde art.

Catalogue texts[edit]

See also[edit]