Impassioned, polemical, and rebellious, the Futurist movement exalted the modern world by placing machines, speed, and technology at the heart of its artistic experimentations. Futurism embodied the same reality that it tried to
This landmark survey, published to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Filippo Tommaso Marinetti's Manifesto of Futurism, traces the Futurist movement from its origins in Italy to the international creative forum. Richly illustrated with
Featuring essays by the world's leading authorities on Futurism and the avant-garde, this book is a radical reassessment of the movement, and essential for understanding the genesis of many of modernism's greatest works.
Authors — Edited by Didier Ottinger. Text by Ester Cohen, Matthew Gale, Didier Ottinger, Biovanni Lista, and Jean-Claude Marcadé.
Paperback. 360 pages with 182 full-color and 62 black-and-white photographs.