Criminals, idiots, pickpockets!


Salon Staff
May 16, 2001 9:02PM (UTC)

Here are the authors and titles of the pieces from which these statements are drawn:

1. Luigi Russolo, "The Art of Noises," 1913

2. F.T. Marinetti, "Tactilism," 1924

3. Umberto Boccioni and others, "Futurist Painting: Technical Manifesto," 1910

4. Kurt Schwitters, "Cow Manifesto," 1922

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5. Blaise Cendrars, "The ABCs of Cinema," 1917-1921

6. Valentine de Saint-Point, "Manifesto of Futurist Woman," 1912

7. F.T. Marinetti, "The Founding and Manifesto of Futurism," 1909

8. Ilya Zdanevich and Mikhail Larionov, "Why We Paint Ourselves: A Futurist Manifesto," 1913

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9. Piet Mondrian, "Natural Reality and Abstract Reality," 1919

10. Carlo Carra, "The Painting of Sounds, Noises and Smells," 1913

11. Tristan Tzara, "Dada Manifesto," 1918

12. Mina Loy, "Auto-Facial-Construction," 1919

13. Francis Picabia, "Francis Picabia is an Imbecile, an Idiot, a Pickpocket!!!" 1921

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14. R. Aldington and others including Wyndham Lewis, Ezra Pound and Gaudier Bzeska, "Our Vortex," 1914

15. Mario de Andrade, "Extremely Interesting Preface," 1922

16. Volt [Vicenzo Fani], "Futurist Manifesto of Women's Fashion," 1920


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