Spis treści: Futurism: An Anthology


Acknowledgments, s. xiii

Introduction: F. T. Marinetti and the Development of Futurism Lawrence Rainey, s. i

Part 1: Manifestos and Theoretical Writings   Part 2: Visual Repertoire   Works by Artists   Part 3: Creative Works   Biographical Sketches

Part One Manifestos and Theoretical Writings

  • Introduction to Part One   Lawrence Rainey, s. 43
  • The Founding and Manifesto of Futurism (1909)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 49
  • Let's Murder the Moonlight! (1909)   F. T. Marinetti, s.  54
  • Manifesto of the Futurist Painters (1910)    Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carra, Luigi Russolo, Giacomo Balla, and Gino Severini, s. 62
  • Futurist Painting: Technical Manifesto (1910)   Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carra, Luigi Russolo, Giacomo Balla, and Gino Severini , s.  64
  • Against Passeist Venice (1910)   F. T. Marinetti, Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carra, and Luigi Russolo, s. 67
  • Futurist Speech to the English (1910)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 70
  • Futurism and Woman (1910)   Margaret Wynne Nevinso, s. 74
  • Manifesto of Futurist Musicians (1911)   Francesco Balilla Pratella, s. 75
  • Futurist Music: Technical Manifesto (1911)   Francesco Balilla Pratella, s. 80
  • Selections from Le Futurisme (1911), translated as Guerra, sola igiene del mondo (1915)   F.T. Marinetti, s. 84

War, the Only Hygiene of the World
Contempt for Woman
Multiplied Man and the Reign of the Machine
We Abjure Our Symbolist Masters, the Last Lovers of the Moon The Pleasure of Being Booed
Electrical War

  • The Exhibitors to the Public (1912)   Giacomo Balla, Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carrd, Luigi Russolo, and Gino Severini, s. 105
  • Manifesto of the Futurist Woman (Response to F. T. Marinetti) (1912) Valentine de Saint-Point, s. 109
  • Futurist Sculpture (1912)    Umberto Boccioni, s. 113
  • Technical Manifesto of Futurist Literature (1912)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 119
  • A Response to Objections (1912)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 125
  • Futurist Manifesto of Lust (1913)   Valentine de Saint-Point, s. 130
  • The Art of Noises: A Futurist Manifesto (1913)   Luigi Russolo, s. 133
  • The Plastic Foundations of Futurist Sculpture and Painting (1913) Umberto Boccioni, s. 139
  • Destruction of Syntax—Radio Imagination—Words-in-Freedom (1913) F. T. Marinetti, s. 143
  • Futurist Anti-tradition (1913)   Guillaume Apollinaire, s. 152
  • The Painting of Sounds, Noises, and Smells (1913)   Carlo Carrd, s. 155
  • The Variety Theater (1913)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 159
  • Plastic Analogies of Dynamism: Futurist Manifesto (1913) Gino Severini, s. 165
  • The Subject in Futurist Painting (1914)   Ardengo Soffici, s. 169
  • Down with the Tango and Parsifal! (1914)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 171
  • The Circle Is Closing (1914)   Giovanni Papini, s. 173
  • Geometrical and Mechanical Splendor and the Numerical Sensibility (1914)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 175
  • Weights, Measures, and Prices of Artistic Genius: Futurist Manifesto (1914)   Bruno Corra, Emilio Settimdli, s. 181
  • Absolute Motion + Relative Motion = Dynamism (1914) Umberto Boccioni, s. 187
  • Futurist Men's Clothing: A Manifesto (1914)   Giacomo Balla, s. 194
  • Futurism and English Art (1914)   F. T. Marinetti and Christopher Nevinson, s. 196
  • Futurist Architecture (1914)   Antonio Sant'Elia, s. 198
  • The Antineutral Suit: Futurist Manifesto (1914)   Giacomo Balla, s. 202
  • The Futurist Synthetic Theater (1915)   F.T. Marinetti, Emilio Settimdli, and Bruno Corra, s. 204
  • Futurist Reconstruction of the Universe (1915)   Giacomo Balla and Fortunato Depero, s. 209
  • Futurist Stage Design (1915)   Enrico Prampolini, s. 212
  • The Futurist Political Movement (1915)   F.T. Marinetti, s. 216
  • Dynamic and Synoptic Declamation (1916)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 219
  • The New Religion-Morality of Speed (1916)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 224
  • The Futurist Cinema (1916)   F. T Marinetti, Bruno Corra, Emilio Settimdli, Arnaldo Ginna, Giacomo Balla, and Remo Chiti, s. 229
  • Women of the Near Future [1] (1917)   Rosa Rosa, s. 233
  • Manifesto of Futurist Dance (1917)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 234
  • Variations on the Theme of "Woman." To Save Woman??!! (1917) Giovanni Fiorentino, s. 240
  • A Tranquil Thought (1917)   Enif Robert, s. 242
  • Women of the Near Future [2] (1917)   Rosa Rosa, s. 244
  • Manifesto of the Italian Futurist Party (1918)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 247
  • The Vote for Women (1919)   Futurluce, s. 251
  • Futurist Manifesto of Women's Fashion (1920)   Volt, s. 253Beyond Communism (1920)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 254
  • Tactilism (1921)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 264
  • The Theater of Surprise (1921)   F. T Marinetti and Francesco Cangiullo, s. 270
  • Manifesto of Futurist Mechanical Art (1922)   Ivo Pannaggi and Vinicio Paladini, s. 272
  • The Italian Empire (1923)   F. T. Marinetti, Mario Carli, and Emilio Settimelli, s. 273
  • Fascism and Futurism (1923)   Giuseppe Prezzolini, s. 275
  • Futurist Sensibility (1927)   Benedetta, s. 279
  • Electrical Advertising Signs: An Open Letter to His Excellency Mussolini (1927)  F. T. Marinetti, s. 282
  • Manifesto of Aeropainting (1929)    Giacomo Balla, Benedetta, Fortunato Depero, Gerardo Dottori, Fillia, F. T. Marinetti, Enrico Prampolini,
  • Mino Somenzi, and Tato, s. 283
  • Manifesto of Futurist Sacred Art (1931)   F. T. Marinetti and Fillia, s. 286
  • Futurism and Advertising Art (1931)   Fortunato Depero, s. 288
  • The Radia: Futurist Manifesto (1933)   F. T. Marinetti and Pino Masnata, s. 292
  • Bas-Relief Murals (1934)   Fillia, s. 295
  • Response to Hitler (1937)   F. T. Marinett, s. 297
  • Qualitative Imaginative Futurist Mathematics (1941) F. T. Marinetti with Marcello Puma and Pino Masnata, s. 298

Part Two Visual Repertoire

  • Introduction to Part Two   Christine Poggi, s. 305
  • Documentary Photographs and Materials, s. 331
  • Selection of Futurist Journals, s. 336

Works by Artists

  • Giacomo Balla, s. 338
  • Benedetta (Benedetta Cappa Marinetti), s. 348
  • Umberto Boccion, s. 349
  • Francesco Cangiullo, s. 358
  • Carlo Carra, s. 360
  • Mario Chiattone, s. 367
  • Fortunato Depero, s. 368
  • Gerardo Dottori, s. 372
  • Farfa (Vittorio Osvaldo Tommasini), s. 373
  • Fillia (Luigi Colombo), s. 374
  • Arnaldo Ginna (Arnaldo Ginnanni Corradini), s. 376
  • Virgilio Marchi, s. 377
  • Etienne-Jules Marey, s. 377
  • F. T. Marinetti, s.  378
  • Marisa Mori, s. 385
  • Bruno Munari, s. 38
  • Vinicio Paladini and Ivo Pannaggi, s.  386
  • Ivo Pannaggi, s. 387
  • Enrico Prampolini, s. 387
  • Regina (Regina Bracchi), s. 389
  • Ottone Rosai, s. 390
  • Luigi Russolo, s. 390
  • Valentine de Saint-Poin, s. 302
  • Antonio Sant'Elia, s. 393
  • Gino Severin, s. 395
  • Mario Sironi, s. 401
  • Ardengo Soffici, s. 402
  • Tato (Guglielmo Sansoni), s. 403
  • Thayaht (Ernesto Michahelles), s. 404
  • Rougena Zatkova, s. 405

Part Three Creative Works

  • Introduction to Part Three   Laura Wittman, s.  409
  • The Simultaneous City, s. 419
  • Shadowy Intricacies   Libero Altomare, s. 419
  • Express Train No. 89   Adele Gloria, s. 420
  • For Electric Venice   Corrado Govoni, s. 422
  • To My Pegasus   F T. Marinetti, s. 425
  • Cafe   Ardengo Soffici, s. 427
  • High-Society Shoe + Urine   Umberto Boccioni, s. 428
  • Noise-Making Onomatopoeia Typewriter   Giacomo Balla, s. 430
  • Words-in-Freedom War, s. 431
  • Bombardment   F. T. Marinetti, s. 431
  • Arsonist  Aldo Palazzeschi, s. 437
  • War, a Heroic Poem   Valentine de Saint-Point, s. 443
  • The Missile   Enrico Cavacchioli, s. 446
  • The Submarine   Luciano Folgore, s. 447
  • A Medium's Musings (Musing No. 3)   Carlo Carra, s. 449
  • Terrifying Tenderness   F. T. Mannetti, s. 451
  • The Metamorphoses of the Moon, s. 454
  • A Woman with Three Souls   Rosa Rosa, s. 454
  • The Usual Song   Gian Pietro Lucini, s. 456
  • Courage + Truth   Enif Robert and F. T. Marinetti, s. 458
  • Torments   Armando Mazza, s. 460
  • Filtered Nights   Mario Carli, s. 461
  • The Diver   Corrado Govoni, s. 463
  • Let's Laugh at the Universe   Irma Valeria , s. 464
  • Letter from Astra, Astra's Diary   Benedetta, s.  464
  • Variations   Maria Ginanni, s. 466
  • State of Mind   Adele Gloria, s. 468
  • Consciousnesses   Primo Conti, s. 468
  • Torment   Anna Maria Mazza, s. 469
  • Beggars of the Azure   Irma Valeria, s. 470
  • Technical War, s. 471
  • The Creative Anxiety of the Hydroelectric Plant Nera Velino Franca Maria Cornell, s. 471
  • Simultaneous Poetry of Woven Light   F. T. Marinetti, s. 473
  • Petroleum Song   Maria Goretti, s. 476
  • Russian Originality of Masses Distances Radiohearts   F. T. Marinetti, s. 479
  • Bay of Naples   Laura Serra, s. 482
  • Theater, Aeropoetry, and Tactilism, s. 487
  • Genius and Culture   Umberto Boccioni, s. 487
  • Fidelity   Mina della Pergola, s. 490
  • The Ladies' Man and the Four Seasons   Francesco Cangiullo, s. 491
  • Gray + Red + Violet + Orange   Bruno Corra and Emilio Settimelli, s. 492
  • The Bases   F. T. Marinetti, s. 494
  • Alternation of Character  Arnaldo Ginna and Bruno Corra, s. 495
  • The Aquatic Kiss   F. T. Marinetti, s. 496
  • Palio-Explosion of Sienese Dynamism   Dina Cucini, s. 49
  • The Lake of Poetry and Romance   F. T. Marinetti, s. 499
  • Cosmic Genesis   Bruno Sanzin, s. 501
  • Human Forces: Striving Toward Differentiation   Benedetta, s. 504
  • Quarter Hour of Poetry of the Xth MAS (Sentiments Set to Music)   F. T. Marinetti, s. 505

Biographical Sketches, s. 507
Notes, s. 521
Selected Bibliography, s. 577
Index, s. 589
Text Credits, s. 604

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