Forty artists are featured in this stunning exhibition which captures twenty-five years of creativity in Russia around central themes: the square, the circle and the cross. From 1905, year of the first revolution to 1930, year of Maïakovski’s suicide, various movements are displayed on the walls of the Grimaldi Forum gallery. Modernity blows a wind of changes through literature, music, dance and visual art. Pioneered by Malevitch, one of the first absract artists of the 20th century, this exhibition showcases works by Kandinsky, Gontcharova, Rodtchenko and Tatline. The exhibition runs until 12th September.