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Title: Suprematizam i nacsuprematizam: Maljevič vs. Peperštejn
Other Titles: Suprematism and Natsuprematism: Malevich vs. Pepperstein
Authors: Kusovac, Jelena
Keywords: Pavel PeperštejnKazimir MaljevičsuprematizamnacsuprematizamkonceptualizamCrni kvadratkapitalizamK. MalevichP. PeppersteinsuprematismMoscow conceptualismBlack Squareanticapitalism
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste
Source: Jelena Kusovac, "Suprematizam i nacsuprematizam: Maljevič vs. Peperštejn", in "Slavica Tergestina 22 (2019/I)", Trieste, EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2019, pp. 174-189
Journal: Slavica Tergestina
Abstract: 
Pavel Peperštejn je slikar, pisac, teoretičar
umetnosti i pripadnik mladje
generacije moskovskih konceptualnih
umetnika. U ovom radu razmatramo
uticaj Maljevičevog suprematizma
na Peperštejna, koji stvara poseban
stil „nacsuprematizam“. Koristeći
suprematističku stilistiku, Peperštejn
je idejno preosmišljava i koristi pri
izradi utopističkog projekta „Grad
Rusija“, koji bi po ideji autora trebalo
da predstavlja novu prestonicu izmedju
Moskve i Sankt Peterburga. U radu
se takodje analiziraju sličnosti i razlike
dvaju umetnika kao i nova simbolika
Crnog kvadrata, jednog od najzastupljenijih
motiva u Peperštejnovim
radovima.

This article examines the influence
of Kazimir Malevich on Moscow conceptual
artist Pavel Pepperstein and his
work: paintings, performances and literary
prose. Suprematism was chosen
by Pavel Pepperstein as a ground base
for a new, representative “Russian”
style, named “natsuprematism” (“national
suprematism”). We are focusing
on Pepperstein’s utopian project The
City of Russia (2007), where artist
proposes to construct a new futuristic
capital between Moscow and St. Petersburg
using Malevich’s Suprematism
as visual identity: basic geometric
forms painted in a limited range
of colours on white background. For
example, the form Black Square in Pepperstein’s
artwork is ironically presented
as an object and symbol of religion,
economy and political power.
Type: Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10077/24689
ISSN: 1592-0291
eISSN: 2283-5482
DOI: 10.13137/2283-5482/24689
Rights: CC0 1.0 Universal
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