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Genke Vase CS1
Genke vase, one of the vases from the "Suprematic" collection.
Collection inspired by the geometric works of the great Suprematist Kazimir Malevich. Suprematism is a modernist movement in the art of the early twentieth century, focused on the basic geometric forms, such as circles, squares, lines and rectangles.
Nina Genke was closely connected with the Supremus group that was led by Kazimir Malevich, the founder of Suprematism. From 1915 Genke worked as a head and a chief artist of the Verbovka Village Folk Centre (province in Kiev). Shortly after the October Revolution of 1917, Nina Genke participated in decorating the streets of Kiev and Odessa for Revolution Festivities together with Aleksandra Ekster and Kliment Red'ko, and began to design grandiose shows and a book on graphic design.
The geometric structure of the vases is not only a décor, but also functional dividers and holders for flowers, which allow you to create elegant compositions. Even an empty vase will always look like a small art object in your house
All vases in the collection are called by names of famous suprematists and modernist artists.