A STUDY ON THE OBJECTIVE NAMES OF PURE-ABSTRACT WORKS IN PIET MONDRIAN AND KAZIMIR MALEVICH SAMPLE
Piet Mondrian is a practitioner and defender of Neoplasticism. The works created by using black vertical-horizontal lines, white, yellow, red and blue rectangle areas, which stand on the surface in the name of real reality painting, carry pure abstract expression. However, the works of pure abstract after the artist's migration to America have been defined with the names that meet objective expression or various melodies.
Kazimir Malevich is the founder of the suprematist art movement. The works studied on the current frame, which is the most basic teaching of sensibility and destruction of the nature on the surface, are sometimes defined with the name and number of the stream and sometimes with the object expressions.
Aim of the study; To give objective names to the abstract works of P. Mondrian and K. Malevich, the effect that the artist can create in the audience on behalf of perception of the work, and to analyze what they intend to do with these approaches. The sample of the work is; the examples of Mondrian and Malevich's works with objective names. As a means of collecting data, artifact review and literature search methods were used.
As a result that Mondrian gave objective names to his pure works after his immigration to America and the names given by Malevich in the abstract works of objective names are irrelevant. Obtained findings are discussed in terms of the importance of the study.
It is anticipated that this work, which was made in order to correctly understand the pure works of Piet Mondrian and Kazimir Malevich, will be presented as a source for art educators and students.
P. Mondrian, K. Malevich, Pure Painting, Naming of Works