Criminals, idiots, pickpockets!

Published May 16, 2001 5:02PM (EDT)

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

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

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

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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