F.T. Marinetti was an Italian artist, poet, editor, and founder of the Italian Futuris movement. In 1909, Marinetti published the first Futurist Manifesto which extolled the virtues of technology, industrialization and mechanization which were tranforming communication, commerce, transportation, warf
The medium didn't matter, but the object meant everything. Whether he was using his canvas for a Cubist experiment or his camera for an avant-garde digression, Fernand Leger always placed the object at the center of his work.
Leger was the only French Cubist to devote himself, throughout his c
The leading poet of Russian Revolution of 1917 and of the early Soviet period, one of the founders of Russian Futurism movement. Originally Mayakovsky planned to become an artist. His early poems have strong painterly visions and sequences in many of his works recall film techniques. Mayakovsky was d
Velimir Khlebnikov pseudonym of Viktor Vladimirovich Khlebnikov, was a central part of the Russian Futurist movement, but his work and influence stretch far beyond it.
Khlebnikov belonged to the most significant Russian Futurist group Hylaea (along with Vladimir Mayakovsky, Aleksei Kruchenykh, Dav