"The admirers of avant-garde"


Oil / Acrylic / Hardboard 60x60 cm
Description: There is a collective image of the founders of avant-garde movements in painting of the beginning of the last century. Marc Shagall, Haim Soutine, Amedeo Modigliani, Leon Bakst - they are all Jews. The goose on the left is Kazimir Malevich, a Pole (his most famous self-portrait in red beret is on the attached photo). The black blot symbolizes the criticism of the representatives of the classical school and all those who do not understand contemporary art. ... But the “geese” don't care - they go forward, on their way, only looking at fools disapprovingly.