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  • 1. Futurism
    • Olivia O’Neill and Nicolasa Alamilla
    1909-1929 Unique Forms of Continuity in Space Umberto Boccioni 1913 The Cyclist Mario Sironi 1914 Battle of Lights, Coney Island Joseph Stella 1914
  • 2. Start of Futurism
    • Started with a manifesto by Filippo Marinetti in an Italian newspaper in 1909
    • Focused on the beauty and speed of vehicles, machinery, and urban crowds
    Dynamism of a Cyclist Umberto Boccioni 1913
  • 3. What is Futurism?
    • Industrialized cubism
    • Several views of an object
    • Dynamic, fractured, and fast moving
    • Focused on projected future instances involving machinery
    The Knife Grinder (Principle of Glittering) Kasimir Malevich 1913
  • 4. Objects of Focus
    • Speed, Energy, Violence, Motion
    • Cars, Trains, Cyclists
    • Urban Environments
    Funeral of the Anarchist Galli Carlo Carra 1911
  • 5. Why did they do it?
    • Conquest of man over nature
    • People were afraid of the triumph of technology
    • Futurists broke that tension
    • Only wanted to move forward in time
  • 6. Leading Artists
    • Umberto Boccioni
    • Giacomo Balla
    • Carlo Carra
    • Gino Severini
    Dancing the Pan-Pan at the Monico Gino Severini 1911 Interventionist Demonstration Carlo Carra 1914
  • 7. So I didn’t find any futurist pieces at the museum…
  • 8. Second piece I found
  • 9. What I liked the best The Cyclist Olga Goncharova 1913 - Multiple views of the person/bicycle - Movement (the fragmented lines) - Sharp blue, black, and white with the light brown
  • 10. Now… It’s time for art jokes!
    • He didn't have any Mone t! Hahahaha!
    • One ‘ere hahahahaha!
    • No Monet to buy Degas to make the Van Gogh hahaha!
    • Matisse hurt haha!
  • 11. THE END!
    • Thank you for your time.
    :D

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