Though the art of Izabella Pavlushko from Azerbaijan reminds us the Suprematist compositions of Kasimir Malevich we have to point out from the beginning that she has an accomplished personal vision. Her multi-plane complex compositions with a rich and luminous chromatic palette are more dynamic and endlessness, due to the focus on the curve lines.
The result is an art situated between the pure geometry of Malevich and the complex geometry of the organic or inner life. She creates with an Apollinic pathos almost musical and seductive rhythmical structures close to new urbanism searches. Following the ’’supremacy of pure sensation’’(Malevich), Izabella infuses the almost abstract mathematical forms with passionate emotion and lyrism. The detachment from the exterior world is interrupted, sometimes, by some ’’figurative’’ arrangements of the fluid forms in order to suggest human figures, couples, musicians, etc.
The dynamic pictorial sequences usually end in white, the color of static, of methaphysical calm, of great silence, of empty space, of void. The collision between the dynamic compositions and the static of the white background is one of the key of her magic art. An art very fitted to be included on the white walls of actual buildings, we all know the links between Suprematism and architecture are very intimate.