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Filippo Tommaso MarinettiA poet creates a church of speed and violence

Filippo Tommaso Marinetti was an Italian Revolutionary Artist born on December 22, 1876. Tommaso Marinetti contributed to the Futurist movement and died on December 2, 1944. Get notified when Filippo Tommaso Marinetti's biography is complete:

Futurist Manifesto (Print)

1909

Literature has exalted pensive immobility, ecstasy, and sleep. We exalt aggressive action, a feverish insomnia...The world’s magnificence has been enriched by a new beauty: the beauty of speed.

The Futurist Manifesto

1909

Zang Tumb Tumb

1914

Words and Freedom

1914

Sentimenal - From Dunes

1914

Futurist poets, painters, sculptors, and musicians of Italy! As long as the war lasts let us set aside our verse, our brushes, scapels, and orchestras! The red holidays of genius have begun!

War, the World's Only Hygiene

1915

Vive la France

1914-1915

This is how we decompose and recompose the universe according to our marvelous whims

The Futurist Cinema

1916

In the Evening, Lying on Her Bed, She Reread the Letter from Her Artilleryman at the Front

1919

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