Futurist Manifestos

Museum Of Fine Arts Boston

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Umbro Apollonio

Softcover | 14.76 x 1.8 x 21.06 cm | 240 pp

Museum of Fine Arts Boston | 2001 | 9780878466276

On February 20th, 1909, a belligerent manifesto announcing the birth of the Futurist movement appeared on the front page of the Paris newspaper Le Figaro and sent immediate shockwaves throughout Europe. The author, a young Italian poet named F.T. Marinetti, demanded that writers and artists reject the classic art of the past and celebrate the dynamic technology of modern city life. Joined by a group of like-minded artists, over the following years Marinetti pioneered an art that would eulogise speed and industry, in a reaction against the stasis of the classics, and even against contemporary movements such as Cubism.

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