The Non-objective World

Bauhausbücher 11
Kasimir Malevich
Edited by Walter Gropius, László Moholy-Nagy (original series), Lars Müller (English edition) in collaboration with Bauhaus-Archiv/Museum für Gestaltung, Berlin
Design: László Moholy-Nagy (original German edition)

Kasimir Malevich’s treatise on Suprematism was included in the Bauhausbücher series in 1927, as was Piet Mondrian’s reflections on Russian Constructivism in 1925 (New Design, Bauhausbücher 5). Like Mondrian, who was never an official member of the Bauhaus, Malevich nevertheless has a close connection to the ideas of the school in terms of content. This volume, the eleventh, remains the only book publication in Germany to be produced during the life of the Russian avant-garde artist, and it laid the foundation for his late work: to wrest the mask of life from the true face of art.

Bauhausbücher 11
2021, Lars Müller Publishers
102 pp., 92 ills., reprint, hardback
ISBN 978-3-03778-664-2

Bauhausbuch 11 – Insight into the original
Lars Müller Publishers, 2021
Bauhausbücher 11: Kasimir Malevich – The Non-objective World (Reprint, 2021)