Futurism, originating in Italy in the early 20th century, glorified modernity, technology, and the dynamism of the machine age. Founded by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Futurist artists like Umberto Boccioni and Giacomo Balla embraced speed, movement, and the energy of urban life. Rejecting tradition, they sought to capture the essence of contemporary existence, influencing not only visual arts but also literature, music, and architecture.

  1. Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
  2. Umberto Boccioni
  3. Giacomo Balla
  4. Gino Severini
  5. Carlo Carrà
  6. Luigi Russolo
  7. Fortunato Depero
  8. Kazimir Malevich (also associated with Suprematism)
  9. Natalia Goncharova
  10. Vladimir Tatlin
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