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I decided to analyze Kazimir Malevich’s work and particularly in his pivotal pieces devoted to suprematism. Suprematism is a resolute form of art typically composed of geometric shapes and a focused range of colors. I was first captivated by this form when I found Malevich’s piece Black Square and White on White. Initially, my reaction was confusion. I questioned why were some of Malevich’s most famous and critical pieces just a black square or a white square on a mildly yellow canvas? However, as I was exclaiming this thought to a friend, she showed me the below video that changed my thinking. 

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