100th Anniversary of Vitebsk Art School (1919-2019). Modern Art and Suprematism
Event Venue:Osvaldo Lobalzo Cultural Center
On view September 21-30, 2019 - Sotogrande, Spain
Spain - Sept | USA - Oct | Poland - Dec | Belarus - Jan
Event Date:Opening September 21, 2019 | 12 PM
”And we declare ourselves free creators...” Suprematist Manifesto
The concept of the International Children's Art Exhibition is based on International cooperation in Art Education. The goal of this initiative is to search for young talent with creative minds and novel world views who can grasp the connection between unusual concepts and phenomena found in modern society. Building upon the works of Marc Chagall and Kazimir Malevich, we perceive art as a distinctive undertaking of the soul, concentrated effort of senses and thought, self- expression, and an urge to create beauty. One can create art anywhere and anytime. Works of many artists prove that. We invite you to explore the world via children's paintings that are based on an excursion to a magical world of imagination, the “personal heaven” of a junior artist so familiar to our famous fellow countryman Marc Chagall, and a journey to the non-objective and unique world of Kazimir Malevich.
• To support, popularize, and share methods of art education of children and youth.
• To develop an awareness of the visual arts as a system of emotional and value criteria for life and to enable us to draw from our common world cultural heritage.
Exhibition organizer: Museum “Vitebsk Center of Modern Art”, supported by Lazar Khidekel Society
Spain (September – October 2019)
USA (November – December 2019)
Poland (January – February 2020)
Belarus (March - April 2020)
The Lazar Khidekel Society is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization established by the family of Lazar Khidekel and a group of distinguished art historians, museum specialists, and art supporters under the auspices of the Russian American Cultural Center (RACC) in New York, New York. The goal of the Lazar Khidekel Society is to sustain and preserve Lazar Khidekel's legacy in art, architecture, and design, and to advance the recognition of Lazar Khidekel (1904, Vitebsk – 1986, Leningrad), as one of the titans of the Russian Avant-garde - particularly the Suprematist movement - that laid the foundation for art and architecture of the 20th and 21st centuries.