It's a question as old as art itself: If a famous artist tried to apply to art school using his own iconic artwork, would he or she get in?

Kazimir Malevich was an art pioneer and the father of an entire art movement whose abstract paintings regularly sell at auction for millions of dollars.

But even he was rejected by art schools not once, but twice.

Granted, that was before he became somebody, but the question remains: If Malevich tried his luck again today, would his talents be recognized?

In an effort to answer that question, Michael Mikrivaz went around to art schools armed with a folder full of Malevich's "million dollar pieces" hoping to set right a historic wrong.

[H/T: The Daily Dot]