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  1. Lazar Markovich Khidekel (born Vitebsk 1904 – Leningrad 1986) was an artist, designer, architect and theoretician, who is noted for realizing the abstract, avant-garde Suprematist movement through architecture. Contents 1 Early life 2 Contributions 2.1 Suprematism 3 References Early life

  2. Lazar Khidekel, architect and urbanist who developped the artistic and philosophical features of Suprematism. Lazar Khidekel came from the family of artisan and builder of Vitebsk, a town glorified by Chagall, his first teacher, and became one of key figures in Leningrad Avant-garde of the 1920’s. Lazar Khidekel PHOTO ARCHIVES

  3. Khidekel studied architecture in Petrograd (formerly Saint Petersburgh) and worked on the 1926 Moscow Workers Club an early Suprematists architectural project. What made Lazar Khidekel so interesting was how prolific and imaginative he was from early on, he visualised new cities, dreamy out-of-space cities.

  4. LAZAR KHIDEKEL's ART WORKS at the Google Arts & Culture Google Arts & Culture is a new, immersive way to experience art, history, culture and world wonders from over a thousand organizations worldwide. Google Arts & Culture has been created by the Google Cultural Institute and it is available for free for everyone on the web , on iOS and Android.

  5. Lazar Markovich Khidekel (born Vitebsk 1904 – Leningrad 1986) is an artist, designer, visionary architect and theoretician, who is noted for realizing the abstract, avant-garde Suprematist movement through architecture. Contents 1 Early life 2 Contributions 2.1 Suprematism 3 References Early life

  6. Lazar Khidekel Born: 1904, Vitebsk Died: 1986, Leningrad Movements: Suprematism Architect, painter, graphic artist, applied artist, teacher. Brother of the architect Lev Khidekel (1909–1977). Born in Vitebsk (1904) in the family of a Jewish stonemason called Mordukh Khidekel (1867–1932).