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Vetrarti and The Russian Avant-Garde

My passion for Economics and my studies in Cà Foscari never would have involved with Russian Avant-Garde, both for the madness of Marx’s theories and for little importance of the Soviet economy. It was thanks to Maryana Iskra I fell in love with the artistic movement of Kandisnkij, Malevic, Lissitzky. Something that fascinated me of the Russian Avant-Garde is the approach to a contemporary in a changing world where the keyword is simplicity and the spirit with which these artists dealt with the modern.

The style draws its inspiration from Suprematism and especially from Malevic. The love for the movement can be seen in the combination of geometric figures aimed as the supreme essence of the vision: squares, triangles, circles and geometric lines.

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