This piece is named after the 0.10 exhibition in 1915 in St Petersburg, which was the first official showing of suprematist artwork. It included thirty-five paintings by Kazemir Malevich, who said of his work that 'in trying desperately to free art from the dead weight of the real world, I took refuge in the form of the square.’
This 925 hallmarked sterling silver necklace features a Malevich-inspired square and half-circle on a 30" ball chain.
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