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Futurism

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Futurism by Sean Leal

Futurism by Sean Leal

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  • 1. Futurism1904-1944
    Sean Leal
  • 2. Prominent Artists
    Marcel Duchamp
    Umberto Boccioni
    GiacomoBalla
    Luigi Russolo
  • 3. Characteristics of Futurism
    “Art movements are born out of the need for people to express their reactions to social, political and religious changes.” –Neal Mclaughlin
    Futurists thrived on the impressions of speed, noise, and machines, that had become a large part of the nineteenth-century cities.
    Futurism tried to express the energetic, dynamic, and violent quality of contemporary life, especially as embodied in the motion and force of modern machinery.
    Futurism also used stopped time to imply that motion is occurring.
  • 4. Nude Descending a Staircase (No.2)
    Marcel Duchamp
    1912
  • 5. Modern Idol
    Umberto Boccioni
    1911
  • 6. Unique Forms of Continuity in Space
    Umberto Boccioni
    1913
  • 7. Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash
    GiacomoBalla
    1912
  • 8. Elasticity
    Umberto Boccioni
    1912

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