19 Feb-16 May 2009. To commemorate the centenary of the publication of the Futurist Manifesto in Le Figaro in 1909, this retrospective is dedicated to Futurist works and aeropittura in various Italian regions. On display are about 200 works of which 40 are dedicated to aeropittura, a development of Futurism, which depicted the sensation of flight.

Futurism developed between 1910 and 1930 and left its mark on the cultural and artistic scene of the early 20th century. It started with an experimental phase, characterized at first by the concept of dynamism and modernity and later by the cult of the machine, followed by the need for order and rigor, and in the final phase by aeropittura, codified by Marinetti

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Address Galleria Arte Centro. Via Dell’Annunciata 31, Milan, tel 02-29000071. Tue-Sat 11.00-13.00, 16.00-19.30.

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Futurismo e Aeropittura from Trentino to Sicily.

Galleria Arte Centro. Via Dell’Annunciata 31, Milan, tel 02-29000071. Tue-Sat 11.00-13.00, 16.00-19.30.