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Page 71 - I want, also, to give back to man the feeling of flight. This we have been robbed of by the mechanical flight of the aeroplane. We cannot feel the movement of our body in the air.
Page 85 - The square is not a subconscious form. It is the creation of intuitive reason. It is the face of the new art. The square is a living, royal infant.
Page 67 - Colour and texture in painting are ends in themselves. They are the essence of painting, but this essence has always been destroyed by the subject.
Page 60 - There was no sculptural art, but there was the art of sculpture. Only we have become fully aware of the principle: Art as an end in itself. . . . Our sculpture is pure art, free from any surrogates; there is no content in it, only form."3 Though the "content...
Page 60 - A picture is a new conception of abstracted real elements, deprived of meaning. . . An object (a world) freed from meaning disintegrates into real elements-the foundation of art" (From I. Puni and K. Bogusslavskaya's Manifesto of Suprematism. P. 1915, cited in John E. Bowlt's "Artists of the World, Disunite...
Page 48 - There is no existence either within or outside me; nothing can change anything, since nothing exists that could change itself or be changed.
Page 60 - Objects have vanished like smoke; to attain the new artistic culture, art advances towards creation as an end in itself and towards domination over the forms of nature' (Malevichl, 'Before us sculpture was a means of reproducing objects.
Page 45 - Paris in the years leading up to the First World War. It was...