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Marinetti was educated in Egypt , France, Italy , and Switzerland and began his literary career working for an Italian-French magazine in Milan. During most of his life, his base was in France, though he made frequent trips to Italy and wrote in the languages of both countries. Such early poetry as the French Destruction showed the vigour and anarchic experimentation with form characteristic of his later work. His ideas were quickly adopted in Italy, where the writers Aldo Palazzeschi , Corrado Govoni, and Ardengo Soffici were among his most important disciples.

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Information Description This is an early published English translation of the first Futurist manifesto. It was published in the catalogue for the Exhibition of Works by the Italian Futurist Painters, an exhibition of over 40 paintings held at the Sackville Gallery, London, in March Futurism was an Italian art movement founded by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti.

Flourishing in the early 20th century, Futurism called on artists to reject the past and to celebrate the energy and dynamism of the modern, mechanical world. Many avant garde art movements from this period produced manifestos — public declarations of shared aims and principles that were typically innovative and radical in nature.

A new beauty, which would replace traditional beauty, was found in the artefacts of modern industry and technology. Futurist imagery celebrated the power, force and speed of the machine. Futurists glorified war because they saw potential for freedom in its power to destroy.

They admired the militarism, modernity and patriotism of Italian fascism which, according to Marinetti, was the natural extension of Futurism. March,

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Enrico was a lawyer from Piedmont , and his mother was the daughter of a literary professor from Milan. His mother was an avid reader of poetry, and introduced the young Marinetti to the Italian and European classics. He decided not to be a lawyer but to develop a literary career. He experimented with every type of literature poetry, narrative, theatre, words in liberty , signing everything "Filippo Tommaso Marinetti".

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Manifesto of Futurism

Information Description This is an early published English translation of the first Futurist manifesto. It was published in the catalogue for the Exhibition of Works by the Italian Futurist Painters, an exhibition of over 40 paintings held at the Sackville Gallery, London, in March Futurism was an Italian art movement founded by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti. Flourishing in the early 20th century, Futurism called on artists to reject the past and to celebrate the energy and dynamism of the modern, mechanical world. Many avant garde art movements from this period produced manifestos — public declarations of shared aims and principles that were typically innovative and radical in nature. A new beauty, which would replace traditional beauty, was found in the artefacts of modern industry and technology.

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Publication[ edit ] Marinetti wrote the manifesto in the autumn of and it first appeared as a preface to a volume of his poems, published in Milan in January In this period in which industry is of growing importance in all Europe futurists need to confirm that Italy is present, has an industry, has the power to take part in the new experience and will find the superior essence of progress in its major symbols like the car and its speed see article 4. Nationalism is never openly declared, but it is evident. Futurists insist that literature will not be overtaken by progress, rather it will absorb progress in its evolution and will demonstrate that such progress must manifest in this manner because man will use this progress to sincerely let his instinctive nature explode. Man is reacting against the potentially overwhelming strength of progress and shouts out his centrality. Man will use speed, not the opposite see articles 5 and 6. Poetry will help man to consent his soul be part of all that see articles 6 and 7 , indicating a new concept of beauty that will refer to the human instinct of aggression.

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