Russian Museum in the Winter: Many Malevich and the 'Invitation to Dinner'
The world of art is divided. In 1915, Kazimir Malevich officially presented the “Black Square” as the idea of Suprematism, and we measure epochs on “Before and after the square”. This is the name of the largest exhibition of the artist’s works, which until February 2014 takes place in St. Petersburg in the Russian Museum. There you can eat ... art! The benefit of the “Invitation to Dinner” exposition is a mass of food on the works of old Russian masters from Kustodiev to Petrov-Vodkin, as well as the works of modern creators. With humor and taste!