EL MOVIMENT EN IMATGES
FIXES:
El futurisme italià
Giacomo Balla Street Light (1909)
Boccioni: The City Rises (1910-11)
Boccioni: States of Mind: the Farewells, Those that Go, Those that Stay (1911)
Russolo: The Revolt (1911)
Russolo: Dynamics of an Automobile (1912/13)
Carlo Carra: Funeral of the Anarchist Galli (1911)
INFLUÈNCIES
Georges Seurat: Sunday Afternoon on the Island of Grand Jatte (1884-6)
Pablo Picasso: Accordionist (1911)
Robert Delaunay:
Red Eiffel Tower (1911)
Severini:
Dynamic Hieroglyphic
of the Bal Tabarin
(1912)
Severini:
Armoured Train in Action (1915)
Severini:
Dancer by the Sea
(1912/13)
TIME
DURATION
AND
SIMULTANEITY
Balla: Dog on a Leash (1912)
Balla: The Violinist’s Hands (1912)
Balla: Speed of a Motorcycle 1913
For us simultaneity is a lyrical exaltation, a plastic manifestation of a new absolute, ...
Étienne-Jules Marey: Chronophotograph: Man Jumping off Stool (late 19th c)
Anton Bragaglia: Change of Position (1911)
Balla: Abstract Speed - The Car has Passed (1913)
Balla: Speed and Landscape (1913)
Balla:
Mercury Passing in Front of the Sun
(1914)
Boccioni: Study for Dynamism of a Cyclist 1 (1913)
Boccioni:
Unique Forms of Continuity in Space
(1913)
1r eso
ins antoni torroja
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Moviment en imatges fixes

  1. 1. EL MOVIMENT EN IMATGES FIXES: El futurisme italià
  2. 2. Giacomo Balla Street Light (1909)
  3. 3. Boccioni: The City Rises (1910-11)
  4. 4. Boccioni: States of Mind: the Farewells, Those that Go, Those that Stay (1911)
  5. 5. Russolo: The Revolt (1911)
  6. 6. Russolo: Dynamics of an Automobile (1912/13)
  7. 7. Carlo Carra: Funeral of the Anarchist Galli (1911)
  8. 8. INFLUÈNCIES
  9. 9. Georges Seurat: Sunday Afternoon on the Island of Grand Jatte (1884-6)
  10. 10. Pablo Picasso: Accordionist (1911)
  11. 11. Robert Delaunay: Red Eiffel Tower (1911)
  12. 12. Severini: Dynamic Hieroglyphic of the Bal Tabarin (1912)
  13. 13. Severini: Armoured Train in Action (1915)
  14. 14. Severini: Dancer by the Sea (1912/13)
  15. 15. TIME DURATION AND SIMULTANEITY
  16. 16. Balla: Dog on a Leash (1912)
  17. 17. Balla: The Violinist’s Hands (1912)
  18. 18. Balla: Speed of a Motorcycle 1913 For us simultaneity is a lyrical exaltation, a plastic manifestation of a new absolute, speed. Futurist Painting and Sculpture (1914)
  19. 19. Étienne-Jules Marey: Chronophotograph: Man Jumping off Stool (late 19th c)
  20. 20. Anton Bragaglia: Change of Position (1911)
  21. 21. Balla: Abstract Speed - The Car has Passed (1913)
  22. 22. Balla: Speed and Landscape (1913)
  23. 23. Balla: Mercury Passing in Front of the Sun (1914)
  24. 24. Boccioni: Study for Dynamism of a Cyclist 1 (1913)
  25. 25. Boccioni: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (1913)
  26. 26. 1r eso ins antoni torroja

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