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Futurist Universe: Selections from Fondazione Massimo e Sonia Cirulli Collection

Exhibition Info
Exhibition Period      6 September 2022 - 4 December 2022
Exhibition Venue      3rd Floor Exhibition Hall, Tsinghua University Art Museum
Chief Directors      Massimo Cirulli Sonia Pellegrini Du Pengfei
Curators      Su Dan Jeffrey Schnapp
Assistant Curator      Wu Changbei
Project Coordinators      Wang Chenya Chen Xinglu Wang Ying
Visual Director      Wang Peng
Exhibition and Visual Designer      Wang Ning
Exhibition Team      Chen Xinglu Wang Ning Wang Ying Miao Tianyuan Liu Shuo Cao Ke Li Anji
Administration Affair      Ma Yanyan
International Affair      Wang Ying
Publicity Team      Li Zhe Liu Yaomeng Zhou Xinxin Xiao Fei
Host      Tsinghua University Art Museum
      Fondazione Massimo e Sonia Cirulli, San Lazzaro di Savena, Italy
Support      Embassy of Italy in China
Exhibition Profile

The exhibition Futurist Universe presents around 258 pieces of paintings, drawings, sculptures, graphic design, photography, collage, books, industrial design made by Futurist artists in an incredible history. Curated themes divide the exhibition into 13 theme sections, which explore the copious nature of Futurist creation and demonstrate how Futurists sought to reinvent the whole universe according to Futurist coordinates, “recreating it integrally”. Visitors will encounter artworks created by Umberto Boccioni, Giacomo Balla, Fortunato Depero, Antonio Sant'Elia, Luigi Russolo, THAYAHT, Bruno Munari, Virgilio Marchi and many other presentative futurism artists. The exhibition is co-organized by the Tsinghua University Art Museum and Fondazione Massimo e Sonia Cirulli under the framework of the 2022 China-Italy Year of Culture and Tourism.

Works on show

  • Flight over Chicago,
    Alfredo Gauro Ambrosi,
    1933

  • Futurist Manifesto - "Anti neutral" Clothing, Giacomo Balla,
    1914

  • Dynamism of Dispersion, Giacomo Balla
    1913

  • Men at Work, Bruno Munari, Filippo Masoero, 1934

  • Bitter Campari the Drink, Leonetto Cappiello,
    1921

  • Umberto Boccioni, Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, Emilio Sommariva, 1913

  • The Painter Giacomo Balla, Anton Giulio Bragaglia,
    1915 c.

  • Mockup of a Stage Set for the Play "Boris Godunov" Act I, Scene III, Virgilio Marchi, 1930 c.

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