Emelianenko-Mitrione bout postponed due to American’s illnessSport February 19, 4:06
OSCE unable to identify perpetrators of cyber attacks against it - secretary generalWorld February 19, 4:02
Russian biathletes win gold in relay at 2017 IBU World Championships in AustriaSport February 18, 18:30
Putin signs decree on recognition of documents given to Donbass peopleRussian Politics & Diplomacy February 18, 17:26
Sberbank CEO says no repeat of crisis in the short termBusiness & Economy February 18, 17:24
Judging by certain statements at Munich Conference, "cold war" is still not over — LavrovRussian Politics & Diplomacy February 18, 15:19
Bout’s lawyers will challenge Court of Appeals’ decision in Supreme Court on February 21Russian Politics & Diplomacy February 18, 7:16
Turkish Minister reproaches NATO for not fulfilling obligations on its south-eastern flankWorld February 18, 7:12
Moody's upgrades outlook on Russia’s sovereign rating to stable from negativeBusiness & Economy February 18, 2:37
KIEV, January 5. /TASS/. Text of speeches of Russian avant-garde painter Kazimir Malevich dated 1920s-1930s were found in Kiev in the home archive of his assistant Marian Kropivnitsky, researcher of the painter’s workpieces Tatiana Filevskaya told Ukraine’s Obschestvennoe Radio station on Tuesday.
Discovered texts comprise protocols of Malevich’s speeches regarding the development of an experimental arts cabinet in Kiev Institute of Arts and considerations regarding education of painters and creation of a new arts academy. "Four out of five texts were never published earlier and are scheduled to be published in February 2016 for the Malevich in Kiev conference," Filevskaya said.
Kazimir Malevich was a Russian painter and art theoretician born in Kiev. He was a pioneer of geometric abstract art and the originator of the avant-garde Suprematist movement.