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[Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carrá, F. T. Marinetti, Luigi Russolo, Ugo Piatti] Sintesi futurista della guerra, 1915

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[Giorgio de Chirico] Le muse inquietanti, 1916-18

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[Kazimir Malevič] Dynamic suprematism, 1916

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[Kazimir Malevič] Quadrato nero suprematista, 1915 - Partì tutto da Malevich. E da quella tela nera che spalancò nuovi orizzonti, divenendo in breve tempo la quintessenza del minimalismo. Nata quasi per caso in un momento di trance mistica, l'opera è tra le più riconoscibili dell'avanguardia russa.

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[Giorgio De Chirico] Piazza d'Italia, 1915

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[René Paresce] La foresta, 1917

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[Marc Chagall] The promenade, 1917 - Following his visit to Berlin in 1914, Chagall travelled home to Russia, intending to stay for a couple of months, however, the outbreak of War prevented his return to Paris. The most joyful event of the artist's return to Russia was his marriage to his fiancée Bella Rosenfeld in July 1915. Their marriage provoked a surge of creativity in Chagall and he embarked upon a major series of double portraits of himself and Bella, such as Lovers in Blue, 1914…

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[Art Event] 0.10 Exhibition, 1915 - The Last Futurist Exhibition of Paintings 0.10 was presented by the Dobychina Art Bureau at Marsovo Pole, Petrograd, from 19 December 1915 to 17 January 1916. The exhibition inaugurated a form of non-objective art called Suprematism, introducing a daring visual vernacular composed of geometric forms of varying colour. This sort of geometric abstraction was distinct in the apparent kinetic motion and angular shapes of its elements. The mysterious number…

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[Fernand Léger] La partie de carte, 1917

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[Giacomo Balla] Scultura velocità e rumore, 1914-15 (ricostruita nel 1968)

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