In 1915, Kazimir Malevich shifted the art world when he broke away from creating representational art and painted one groundbreaking square that changed it all. ‘The Black Square’ was the beginning of a new approach to art that Malevich pioneered called Suprematism. Non-objective and free from detail, he used geometry and colour to create a powerful, expressive voice reflecting his life during the Russian Revolution.
Walking from room to room through a Malevich timeline, the Tate Modern’s exhibition is a well-curated, comprehensive retrospective of his work. Running through October 26th, there’s limited time left to visit this extraordinary art + history in person. For more information visit tate.org.uk .
Black Square, 1915
Woman with a Rake, 1932
Suprematist Composition, 1916
Dynamic Suprematism, 1915-16
London is the birthplace of ILINKA Collection (along with Ilinka’s new baby girl!) and in homage to our home; London is our current destination for inspiration…
Claridge's Green & White Afternoon Tea
Rows of White Columns
Liberty of London's Tudor-Style
Cecconi's Green, Black & White
The Wolseley's Black & White Floor
Hyde Park in Autumn
Iconic faces in their evening’s best…for more people in PJs follow us on Pinterest
Dustin Hoffman & Anne Bancroft
Quelle Joie! (“What Joy!”) ILINKA Collection was born from that exact feeling of the happiness one should feel when they relax into their bed after a long day. Why not enjoy and look forward to those daily moments that make a world of a difference if we love what we see, feel and touch?
ILINKA Collection was created to make bedtime blissful, your bath stylishly comfortable and mealtimes beautiful. We are inspired by the simple pleasures in life that make your everyday moments extra special.
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