March 15, 2012
Barnett Newman sees the history of art as an aesthetic struggle, between “the exaltation to be found in prefect form” on the one side, and, on the other, “the desire to destroy form, where form can be formless.”
Kasimir Malevitch, Red square on the black (1924)

Barnett Newman sees the history of art as an aesthetic struggle, between “the exaltation to be found in prefect form” on the one side, and, on the other, “the desire to destroy form, where form can be formless.”

Kasimir Malevitch, Red square on the black (1924)

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