Italian futurism

Discover the visionary art movement of Italian Futurism and its impact on the art world. Immerse yourself in the dynamic energy and radical ideas of this groundbreaking movement.
Benedetta (Benedetta Cappa Marinetti), Speeding Motorboat (Velocità di motoscafo), 1923–24. Oil on canvas, 70 x 100 cm. Galleria d’Arte Mode... Art, Art Deco, Contemporary Art, Street Art, Italian Art, Italian Painters, Italian Futurism, Art Deco Posters, Architecture Art

The first comprehensive overview of Italian Futurism to be presented in the United States, this multidisciplinary exhibition examines the historical sweep of the movement from its inception with F. T. Marinetti's Futurist manifesto in 1909 through its demise at the end of World War II.

Ирина Дробышева
Architecture, Design, Architecture Drawings, Futuristic, Architecture Sketch, Architectural Sketch, Art And Architecture, Architect, Architecture Drawing

In 1914 Antonio Sant'Elia signed the "Manifesto per un'architettura futurista", a text coming a few years later the more known "Manifesto del Futurismo" (1909) and "Manifesto dei pittori futuristi" (1910). Whereas the basic concepts of Futurist Architecture follow the general lines given by...

zombienormal:  Luigi Russolo (Italian, 1885-1947), Solidity of Fog, 1912. Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy. Via. Guggenheim Museum New York, Futurist Painting, Italian Futurism, Art Of Noise, Futurism Art, Peggy Guggenheim, Guggenheim Museum, Bullet Journal Themes, Art Movement

Oil on canvas; 100 x 65 cm. Russolo was born into a musical family, but decided to become a painter upon moving to Milan at the age of sixteen. He first exhibited a group of etchings in 1909 at the Famiglia Artistica, where he met Boccioni and Carrà. Together they persuaded Marinetti of the potential for Futurist painting. Despite this early involvement Russolo painted few works as a Futurist. His principal involvement was as a musician, calling for the integration of unconventional sounds…

Gabriel Ruas Santos Rocha