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Marinetti

Filippo Tommaso . 1876--1944, Italian poet; founder of futurism (1909)
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Ernesto Ialongo's Filippo Tommaso Marinetti: The Artist and His Politics follows the trajectory of such projects by taking a new approach to historicizing the life of Futurism's founder, F.T.
The creation of this avant-garde Whitman was sparked partly by the fact that Marinetti himself claimed Whitman as a precursor to Futurism, an idea that gained currency among the avant-gardes.
Indeed, some of the Futurists would later become wedded to Mussolini's Fascist project, with key figures like Fortunato Depero and Marinetti serving in official or semi-official capacities under il Duce until finally being disavowed, ironically, as either too conservative or too subversive to be useful to the vituperations of the state's cultural apparatus (Berghaus, Theatre 329-345).
Para parte de estas comunidades de ultramar, estigmatizadas por su procedencia humilde y excluidas de los mecanismos del poder, las embajadas culturales de escritores italianos como Luigi Pirandello, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti y Giuseppe Ungaretti se convierten en conducto de mensajes nacionalistas que, forjados por la propaganda del regimen, contribuyen a la reparacion del orgullo patrio.
Marinetti published the Italian translation of his 1913 poem Le Monoplane du Pape, he astutely changed the subtitle of the book from the "political novel" of the French version to the more pointed and topical "prophetic novel." (3) If not the war itself, the poem certainly anticipates the rhetorical strategies that served, in the various intellectual circles favoring intervention, to legitimize Italy's entry into the war.
Before the war Nevinson was the only British artist to throw his weight behind the Italian Futurists, literally banging a drum for their leading polemicist, Marinetti, when he delivered a lecture in London.
Marinetti's in his "Futurist Manifesto," which envisions himself and his futurist compatriots as soldiers guarding against "enemy stars" in an enemy camp in the sky ("Futurist," 49).
Marinetti y Wyndham Lewis tuvieron un breve encuentro en el bano del Rebel Art Centre de Londres, donde el italiano habia pronunciado una conferencia en frances para presentar formalmente el futurismo.
It looks primarily at three avant-garde Italian art intellectuals and their responses to the nascent form of film in the 1910s: Filippo Thommaso Marinetti, the founding figure of Futurism, Gabriele D'Annunzio, the leader of Italian Decadentism, and Luigi Pirandello, a father of European avant-garde and absurdist theatre.
Futurism was defined by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti (1876-1944) in "The Futurist Manifesto," published in the Parisian paper Le Figaro on February 20, 1909 (4).
Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, used mass media to spread Futurist postulates beyond Italian frontiers to reach the whole world through an unprecedented campaign that lead up to the age of globalization.
En esta nos debatimos entre el movimiento de vanguardia italiano de principios del siglo xx, capitaneado por Marinetti; las imagenes del retrofuturismo; los inventos generados por la ciencia ficcion--entre ellos el celular--y la futurologia, y con ella las profecias mayas, nostradamescas y malthusianas y el cine futurista.