Giacomo Balla

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Giacomo Balla (July 18, 1871 – March 1, 1958) was an art teacher, painter and poet and participated later in Futurism. In his art he created a pictorial depiction of light, movement and speed.

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Vaghe Stelle Arrives on Other People, Streams Lead Single ...
On his upcoming Abstract Speed + Sound LP (which takes its name from Giacomo Balla's early-1900s work), his melding of Italian film samples and synthwork is said to connect digital networks with the Italian Futurist Movement. "Just as Italian ...
Author: Kat Leinhart  (21 May 2015)
Futurism, Fascism, and the Art of War - Bodleian Blogs
4.4 FT Marinetti and Giacomo Balla, The Anti-Neutral Suit, 1914 (facsimile). The Futurists' nationalism encompassed two main military projects: war against Austria-Hungary and colonial expansion in Africa. The former was a project shared ...
Author: hillsnovac  (15 May 2015)
In an Upper East Side Brownstone, a Century of Italian Art
The exhibition starts in 1913, with an abstract drawing by the Futurist Giacomo Balla, and continues all the way through a 2013 painting of a woman in polka dots lying on a yellow mattress by Margherita Manzelli. The artists included range ...
Author: By Ann Binlot  (13 May 2015)

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