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eng Automatic Translation

Lew Judin

1903 – 1941

Lev Aleksandrovich Yudin

Soviet painter, graphic artist, silhouette painter, figure of the Russian avant-garde. Student of Kazimir Malevich. At the age of sixteen he joined the association of avant-garde artists UNOVIS.

In 1921-1938 he kept a diary, which is one of the important sources for understanding Malevich's pedagogy, his personality, relations with students, as well as the evolution of non-objective art in the 1920s-1930s. Yudin was a master of book graphics, worked as an illustrator in the best children's magazines of his time "Chizh" and "Hedgehog", illustrated the works of Oberiuts D. Kharms and A. Vvedensky, was interested in printed graphics and engraving.

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1903

Born in Vitebsk (Russian Empire, today the Republic of Belarus). His mother taught him how to cut out paper, constantly cutting out the silhouettes of different animals while playing with children.

1918-1922

He studied at the Vitebsk Artistic and Practical Institute , initially in a sculpture workshop.

1920

He took part in the organization of UNOVIS in Vitebsk.

Since 1921

Participated in exhibitions .

Spring 1922

He graduated from the Vitebsk Artistic and Practical Institute with a diploma "for the title of a free artist and a higher instructor with the right to teach in art technical schools." In the list of VKhPI graduates, Yudin's specialty is called "artist-constructivist" , which probably meant the applied design direction of their training.

1922

Together with the main staff of UNOVIS , he moves to Petrograd .

1922-1923

He studied at VKHUTEMAS - VKHUTEIN, on the general course.

1923

Employee of the Formal-Theoretical Department of GINHUK . He led the laboratory of form, studied the laws of cubism. Engaged in the design of Kazimir Malevich's theory of the surplus element in art in the section of cubism.

1920-1930

He was a member of the group of pictorial-plastic realism . So in 1927-1934 in Leningrad artists called themselves - followers of Kazimir Malevich.

Before 1926

He was an assistant to Kazimir Malevich until the closure of the institute.

1932

Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR.

November 1941

Being at the forefront, Yudin received a "booking" from the Union of Artists, but refused to use it, considering it a betrayal of the soldiers of his platoon. The artist died in his first battle at the front in the defense of Leningrad.