Giacomo Balla

Balla felt a positive need to extend his interests from the canvas to his environment, exploring the subject of dress as a medium for expressing his Futurist ideas. Focusing more on male clothing, he stated the tenets od modernity in his "Manifesto of Anti-Neutral Clothing', which aimed to bring disorder to the logic & comunication of clothing. Asymetry, clashing colours, juxtaposed forms that opposed tradition & convention.
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Giacomo Balla, Fluidity of Spring

Giacomo Balla, Fluidity of Spring

Giacomo Balla, 1923, Pessimism Versus Optimism

Giacomo Balla, 1923, Pessimism Versus Optimism

Giacomo Balla, Self Portrait, 1902

Giacomo Balla, Self Portrait, 1902

Giacomo Balla Futurist bag

Giacomo Balla Futurist bag

Portrait of Benedetta Marinetti by Giacomo Balla (Italy)

Portrait of Benedetta Marinetti by Giacomo Balla (Italy)

Giacomo Balla - Compenetrazione iridescente n. 3, 1912

Giacomo Balla - Compenetrazione iridescente n. 3, 1912

Giacomo Balla: Patriotic Demonstration, 1915

Giacomo Balla: Patriotic Demonstration, 1915

We Four in the Mirror, 1945, Giacomo Balla. Italian Futurist Painter (1871 - 1958)

We Four in the Mirror, 1945, Giacomo Balla. Italian Futurist Painter (1871 - 1958)

Giacomo Balla (1871-1958)  Donna che cuce, c1897

Giacomo Balla (1871-1958) Donna che cuce, c1897

Flags at the Altar of the Motherland (1915) by Giacomo Balla.

Flags at the Altar of the Motherland (1915) by Giacomo Balla.

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