According to Kazimir Malevich, the black square represents much more than just a pure form of nonobjective art—it represents the divine. Surveying the presence of religion throughout Malevich's oeuvre and looking particularly at his lectures and manifestos, Evgenia Petrova's essay offers a detailed account of the mind behind the black squares.
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