Boccioni, Stati d'animo I: Gli addii (1911) - First version
Boccioni, Carica di lancieri (1915)
UMBERTO BOCCIONI The sixteen people around you in a rolling motor bus are in turn and at the same time one, ten, four, three; they are motionless and they change places; they come and go, bound into the street, are suddenly swallowed up by the sunshine, then come back and sit before you like persistent symbols of universal vibration. How often have we not seen upon the cheek of the person with whom we are talking the horse which passes at the end of the street?
Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
Quality As A Movement For Change. Seriously?
Art and Human Consciousness: Transcending Postmodern Doubt
“Life doesn't make any sense, and we all pretend it does. Comedy's job is to point out that it doesn't make sense, and that it doesn't make much difference anyway.”
La strada entra nella casa, Umberto Boccioni, 1911
Boccioni, Umberto [Italian Futurist Painter and Sculptor, 1882-1916] Dynamism of a Man’s Head 1914 Pasted papers, watercolor, gouache, ink, and oil on canvas Civico Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Palazzo Reale, Milan
UMBERTO BOCCIONI. DIMENSIONES ABSTRACTAS. 1912
Umberto Boccioni. "Materia" 1912.
Luigi Russolo, “Dynamism of a Car” (1912 – 1913)
FUTURISM. Luigi Russolo, "Dynamism of a Car" (1912 - 1913) Celebrates speed and war. Men think and dream according to what they eat and drink. Challenges tradition and preconception.
Boccioni, Umberto (1882-1916) - 1905 Self-Portrait (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City) #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola