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 (bŏ-chō′nē, bōt-chō′-), Umberto 1882-1916.
Italian artist whose works, such as the sculpture Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, embodied futurism.

Boccioni

(Italian botˈtʃoni)
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(Biography) Umberto (umˈberto). 1882–1916, Italian painter and sculptor: principal theorist of the futurist movement
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Spiegano anche, infine, il curioso collegamento tra Carlo Ginzburg e un quadro di Boccioni. E proprio quest'ultimo dettaglio ad essere indicativo della strada che percorre chi intende "ridurre la scala di osservazione, [chi vuole] trasformare in un libro quella che, per un altro studioso, avrebbe potuto essere una semplice nota a pie di pagina" [Carlo Ginzburg, Microstoria: due o tre cose che so di lei, ora raccolto in Il filo e le tracce (Milano: Feltrinelli, 2006)].
In Milan on 3 April, Christie's is offering Umberto Boccioni's portrait of his friend Betty Baer with her small daughter Nora, painted in 1909 in a Divisionist style that heralded the dynamism of his Futurist works.
For example, Umberto Boccioni's painting Dynamism of a Soccer Player, 1913, usually seen in the white-cube context of New York's Museum of Modern Art, now returned, notionally, to F.
Sotheby's said the 36 lots sold Wednesday, which also included a 1912 Umberto Boccioni painting, totaled an above-expected [pounds sterling]136 million (155 million euros, $189 million).
Boccioni) Fotografia de las ropas usadas 50 por las mujeres violadas durante 44 (**) la guerra de Kosovo, expuestas en el estadio de Pristina (Ap)
Paralleling this movement, the poem also reproduces the energetic penetration of the city (or, more broadly, the world) into the life of the subject--imitating Umberto Boccioni's paintings La citta che sale (The City Rises, 1910), La strada entra nella casa (The Street Enters the House, 1911), or Le forze di una strada (The Strengths of a Street, 1911)--as well as into the realm of art, as documented in the deliberate "invasion" of its commercial items in the literary space.
Desde el futurismo, por ejemplo, Humberto Boccioni o Giacomo Balla investigan sobre el movimiento a traves de lo que ellos denominan como "simultaneismo", un recurso que no borra los elementos, como hizo Velazquez, sino que desarrolla esquematicamente la evolucion de un proceso dinamico, sirviendose de consecutivas captaciones estaticas superpuestas.
Within a few years, Valdameri-while continuing his sponsorship-cum-public-readings of the illustrated Dante-Nattini-had put together one of the most exquisite collections of contemporary artists--new masters and total newcomers: Boccioni, De Chirico, Sironi, Carra, Morandi, De Pisis, Guttuso, to name only a few.
Similar avant-garde experiments have been attempted by, for instance, Umberto Boccioni to translate movement into statues, (29) or by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti to render a landscape through interaction between words, letters and the empty sheet.