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Umberto Boccioni was an Italian painter, sculptor, and theorist born 1882 in Italy. He studied in the studio of Giacomo Balla in Rome. He helped publish the Technical Manifesto of
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THE CITY RISES
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UNIQUE FORMS OF CONTINUITY IN SPACE
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Jean Tinguely was a Swiss sculptor and experimental artist born 1925 in Switzerland. As a child he was a poor student, but read a lot. As a young adult he moved to France to pursue a career in art. He is also one of the artist that signed the New Realist’s Manifesto.
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HOMEAGE TO NEW YORK
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STUDY FOR AN END OF THE WORLD
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The reason why I chose Umberto Boccioni is because I admire his artwork. His artwork is considered Futuristic artwork because it relates to the dynamism of movement. This is seen in his statue Unique Forms of Continuity in Space which shows the flow and movement of a person. The artwork does not focus on how the figure looks, but on how the body
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Unformatted text preview: is arranged and cast to show the motion A STRADA ENTRA NELLA CASA Both Jean Tinguely and Umberto Boccioni created art that represented technology and machinery, and showed the movement and dynamism of the world. Both of them also were affected by war and considered revolutionaries in their own right. However, the difference between Tinguely and Boccioni is that one of them destroyed their artwork to make a point while the other one did not. VARIATION IV When I look at both Jean Tinguely and Umberto Boccioni's artwork I feel a sense of surrealism. At times it is hard to decipher what their artwork is and that you really focus on is the motion, space, and energy of some of their pieces. I think this relates to this course because sometimes we have to create and use our imaginations to create things that are weird, different, but yet creative and...
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2012 for the course FND 117 taught by Professor Dohne during the Spring '10 term at Syracuse.

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