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MARIO CHIATTONE. Arquitectura futurista.  Bridge and study of volumes. 1914.

A century since futurism: Antonio Sant’Elia and Mario Chiattone

Queremos cantar el amor al peligro, al hábito de la energía y a la temeridad. La pintura y el arte ha magnificado hasta hoy la inmovilidad del pensamiento, el éxtasis y el sueño, nosotros queremos exaltar el movimiento agresivo, el insomnio febril, la carrera, el salto mortal, la bofetada y el puñetazo. Queremos alabar al hombre que tiene el volante, cuya lanza ideal atraviesa la Tierra, lanzada ella misma por el circuito de su órbita. FILIPPO TOMMASO MARINETTI. 1909.

Filippo Tommaso Marinetti Italian poet, editor, art theorist, and founder of the Futurist movement. Marinetti is best known as the author of the first Futurist Manifesto, which was written and published in

TULLIO CRALI.

Tullio Crali (Italian - three bi-planes over futuristic city, oil on board, signed, signed and dated 1932

FILIPPO TOMMASO MARINETTI. “Parole in Libertá”. 1919.

Marinetti - manifest of italian futurists

CORRADO GOVONI. Autoritratto: Rarefazione di Govoni, Lacerba 3, núm. 9, 28 de febrero de 1915. MART, Rovereto, Archivio di Nuova Scrittura. Collezione Paolo Della Grazia.

Self-Portrait: Rarefaction of Govoni, 1915

Hannah Hoch, Dada Dolls 1916

Hannah Hoch, Dada Dolls 1916

FILIPPO TOMMASO MARINETTI. Parole in liberta: futuriste olfattive tattili-termiche.

Cover of Filippo Tommaso Marinetti / Tullio d’Albisola Parole In Libertà…

The origins of the Dada movement can be traced to the opening of the Cabaret Voltaire by Hugo Ball in Zurich in 1916. Ball openend the cabaret and in a matter of days, he had assembled the core of the Dadaist movement, Emily Hennings, Tristan Tzara, Marcel and Georges Janco, Jean Arp, and Richard Heulsenbeck had all became part of the Dadaist movement.

Hugo Ball Reciting the Sound Poem, “Karawane,” at the Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich,

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Constructivism prints, posters, constructivism photos by Alexander Rodchenko. Buy constructivism prints and posters|‘About that’ art print by Alexander Rodchenko

"On top", Photomontage, 1930 - Alexander Rodchenko