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Unieke vormen van de continuïteit in de ruimte – Kröller-Müller Museum

Unieke vormen van de continuïteit in de ruimte – Kröller-Müller Museum

PMC-mag - Ce vieux Futurisme  Forme unique de la continuité de l’espace  Umberto Boccioni, 1913, Musée Métropolitain d’Art de New York

PMC-mag - Ce vieux Futurisme Forme unique de la continuité de l’espace Umberto Boccioni, 1913, Musée Métropolitain d’Art de New York

Love? Well that's a bit off target. First piece of art that I ever tried to think originally about. Why did I hate it? Why did I like it? Why did Futurism work in paintings - for me - but seem so dated in this sculpture? And most especially, why, when trying to portray dynamism in a shining figure did it look so goofy?Unique Forms of Continuity in Space

Love? Well that's a bit off target. First piece of art that I ever tried to think originally about. Why did I hate it? Why did I like it? Why did Futurism work in paintings - for me - but seem so dated in this sculpture? And most especially, why, when trying to portray dynamism in a shining figure did it look so goofy?Unique Forms of Continuity in Space

Dinamismo de un futbolista (c. 1913, óleo sobre lienzo, 193x201 cm, Museum of Modern Art, Nueva York)

Umberto Boccioni [Pintura Futurista]

Dinamismo de un futbolista (c. 1913, óleo sobre lienzo, 193x201 cm, Museum of Modern Art, Nueva York)

Umberto Boccioni - Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (1913) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) Futurisme

Umberto Boccioni - Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (1913) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) Futurisme

Suburban Train Arriving in Paris Artist: Gino Severini Completion Date: 1915 Style: Futurism Genre: cityscape Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: 88.6 x 115.6 cm Gallery: Tate Gallery, London, UK

Suburban Train Arriving in Paris Artist: Gino Severini Completion Date: 1915 Style: Futurism Genre: cityscape Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: 88.6 x 115.6 cm Gallery: Tate Gallery, London, UK

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