Abstract painter connected with Suprematism and known for “Dark Square,” “Light on Light,” and various other geometric functions. He was employed by Vladimir Mayakovskiy and Vsevolod Meyerhold to decorate “Secret Bouffe,” their 1918 play. He went to the Moscow College of Painting, Sculpture and Structures from 1904 until 1910. He was highlighted in the Soyuz Molodyozhi’s second and third exhibitions in 1911 and 1912. He made the theatrical established for the opera, “Success Over sunlight,” from 1913. He was created to Ludwika and Seweryn Malewicz, who had been ethnic Poles compelled to flee the Kopyl Area of Belarus following January Uprising of 1863. He was raised with 13 siblings. His fine art was highlighted in the film, “Melancholia,” which starred Kirsten Dunst.