The Tate Modern dedicates an exhibition to Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935), the avant-garde Russian painter whose work ploughed new ground in 20th-century modern art.
Malevich was a pioneer of geometric abstract art and the founder of Suprematism, a dynamic visual movement of geometric shapes and stark colours.
The exhibition spans his full career from his early paintings of Russian landscapes, agricultural workers and religious scenes, to his embrace of abstraction and eventual return to figurative painting in later life.
Along with Malevich's paintings, the Tate displays his sculptures and an "unprecedented" collection of drawings, and examines his collaborative involvement with architecture and theatre.
Sun-Thurs 10.00-18.00. Fri-Sat: 10.00-22.00