The two protagonists of Italian Futurism are the author of a selection of works on paper, chosen to document the time anticipating the research on the decomposition of light and the dynamism of moving figures, iconic of the movement born with the well-known manifesto of February 1909. From the etchings by Boccioni portraying his mother in an interior or an athlete at the start of a contest, to the small-sized works with crayons where we catch Balla’s glance on a luxuriant nature, the exhibition path offers a panoramic on one of the most vital season of 20th-century Italian art.
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