Upon his return to Russia, because of the outbreak of the First World War. He joined the vanguard group \And the painter Khlebnikov. In Petrograd, in March 1915, he organized the first futuristic exhibition.He calls it \The instruction given to artists is not to show their works before the opening. The surprise is to discover two distinct streams: the first represented by Kasimir Malevich.
Which proposes eccentric variations of cubism. And the second by Vladimir Tatlin. Which, transposing cubism into volume, pushes to the end the logic of the construction of form.
Puni exhibited eleven of his cubist-inspired works but also a relief \This exhibition is scandalous. A critic sees in his paintings only \Puni recidivates at the end of 1915 and organizes the \Around tatline and suprematists. After the revolution of October 1917 to which he rallied enthusiastically, punished shows a predilection for what has no aesthetic value, letters, figures and objects most utilitarian: \acquire a new meaning (artistic) without losing its object character (for social use). And he does not refuse the decorative value of color.
He is appointed professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Petrograd. Having the impression of being in an impasse, \In 1919, he exiled to Berlin first, then to Paris in 1924 and adopted the name of Jean Pougny. In the 40s and 50s, he painted canvases in an intimate style to Edouard Vuillard. In 1956, he gave his works to the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris.
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