Guggenheim No Longer in Fight with Maleviches

The Guggenheim Foundation has reached a confidential settlement with the heirs of Kasimir Malevich, who had been attempting to reclaim an untitled work by the painter.

According to The Times:

In a joint news release, the foundation and the heirs of Malevich, the Russian Suprematist, said they had reached “an amicable settlement” over an oil painting on canvas made by the artist around 1916, which was acquired by Peggy Guggenheim in 1942 and has been part of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice.

The painting is now set to be shown in an exhibit titled “Malevich in Focus: 1912-1922,” which promises many simple geometric shapes, bold primary colors, and titles like Boy with Knapsack – Color Masses In The Fourth Dimension.

Guggenheim No Longer in Fight with Maleviches