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Monday Musings: “From Chagall to Malevitch, The Revolution of the Avant-Garde”

TheCaratSoup.com at Chagall Malevitch exhibition

Why do we resist change when change is part of life and growth? Whilst it can at times be confusing, it is certainly inevitable. The support for the movement towards avant-garde art in both the widely publicised European and Russian circles was initially slow, and then quickly picked up traction. The main impetus was the art world’s acceptance of a revolt (even pre-Revolution) in the use of materials, style and setting a new precedent for the status quo.

TheCaratSoup.com at Chagall Malevitch exhibition

During this time, a core group of artists including Chagall, Malevitch, and Goncharova to name a few (all Works included below), led the way in going against the grain and popularising a unique style on the avant-garde art scene. This led to other artists taking note, and following suit.

TheCaratSoup.com at Chagall Malevitch exhibition

The exhibition houses more than 150 works of art on display in a finely lit and excellent space, with an exceptional use of lines, shapes and colours.

TheCaratSoup.com at Chagall Malevitch exhibition

TheCaratSoup.com at Chagall Malevitch exhibition

TheCaratSoup.com at Chagall Malevitch exhibition

TheCaratSoup.com at Chagall Malevitch exhibition

TheCaratSoup.com at Chagall Malevitch exhibition

TheCaratSoup.com at Chagall Malevitch exhibition

TheCaratSoup.com at Chagall Malevitch exhibition

Ultimately, when it comes to change we need to discern when to slowly introduce new concepts and when to wholly accept a new movement that leaves a larger, longer lasting impression.

TheCaratSoup.com at Chagall Malevitch exhibition
Until 6th September 2015 http://www.grimaldiforum.com/fr/index