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By Joshua C. Taylor, Umberto Boccioni

Complete colour and b/w plates

This assortment isn't approximately as entire and necessary to the coed as "Futurism and Futurisms" that's at the web site. it isn't with out its makes use of, besides the fact that, specific for its appendices--and, after all, the gorgeous colour plates.

Table of Contents

FOREWORD
THE FUTURIST GOAL
The glossy Pegasus
A Dynamic Perception
"Hurrah! plus de contacte avec l. a. terre immonde!"
THE FUTURIST ACHIEVEMENT
The Painters Meet the general public (Milan, might 1911)
The Futurist attack on Paris (February 1912)
Each in His personal manner (1912-1913)
Giacomo Bulla
Cino Severini
Carlo Carra
Luigi Russolo
Umberto Boccioni
The final Years (1914-1915)
NOTES TO THE TEXT
CHRONOLOGY
APPENDIX A: 4 FUTURIST MANIFESTOES
APPENDIX B: BOCCIONI LETTERS TO VICO BAER
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF FUTURISM: 1905-1961
BIOGRAPHIES AND CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBITION
INDEX

And listed below are the contents of Appendix A:
1 preliminary manifesto of futurism (February 20, 1909)
2 futurist portray: technical manifesto
(April11, 1910)
3 the exhibitors to the general public (February five, 1912)
4 technical manifesto of futurist sculpture
(April eleven, 1912)

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By Laurent Bolard

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