kazimir and me

It’s just that there was so much snow today! And that envelope was just lying there. . .

On the left, Kazimir Malevich‘s “Suprematist Composition: White on White”  (1918).

On the right, my “Priority Envelope in More Snow than We Expected Today, When Everyone Else Got to Go Home But I’m Still Here Because I Can’t Seem to Get Anything Done” (2010)

OK. So much for today’s Fun with Art History. Time to put the camera away and get this magazine out the door. . .

white-on-white-redux


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