“The night and the black. The space and the color of darkness come together in a pack of images that revolve around the terms of distance and time: art has captured this conjunction in Malevich’s great black square, where color defends itself and is circumscribed by canceling painting, as well as the shapes and every chromatic variety, breaking through the geometric boundaries, of which the corners inside the painting simply represent a hypothesis of finitude, and a certainty of infinity, echoing an ancient Chinese adage: Infinity is a square without angles.” Angelo Capasso