LAZAR KHIDEKEL,
architect and urbanist
who developped the artistic and philosophical features of Suprematism.
LAZAR KHIDEKEL
came from the family
of artisan and builder of Vitebsk, a town glorified by Chagall, his first teacher,
and became one of key figures in Leningrad Avant-garde of the 1920’s. 
About LAZAR KHIDEKEL SOCIETY
The Lazar Khidekel Society was founded in 2010 by the family of Lazar Khidekel and a group of outstanding art historians, museum specialists and art connoisseurs with the aim of preserving and protecting the legacy of Lazar Khidekel (1904, Vitebsk-1986, Leningrad) in art, architecture and design, and advancing the recognition of Lazar Khidekel as one of the titans of the Russian avant-garde - especially the Suprematism movement, which laid the foundation for visual culture of the 20th and 21st centuries.
LAZAR KHIDEKEL PHOTO ARCHIVES
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Lazar Khidekel's wife Rosa
Vitebsk Scool of Art
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diploma with photo
diploma vitebsk
Lazar Khidekel documents 1921
sketchbook by Khidekel
Sketchbook
TEPLUSHKA