"Forme uniche della continuità nello spazio" (Unique forms of continuity in space) is an emblematic work by the Italian sculptor and painter Umberto Boccioni, one of the leading exponents of the Futurist movement.
Produced in 1913, this bronze sculpture expresses the fundamental ideas of Futurism, an artistic and literary movement that celebrated modernity, speed and the dynamics of urban life in the early 20th century.
The sculpture "Forme uniche della continuità nello spazio" depicts a figure in motion, devoid of figurative detail, and emphasises the sensation of movement and speed. The form is characterised by dynamic curves and lines, giving an impression of fluidity and strength.
The sculpture presents a human figure with an elongated, almost aerodynamic posture, which appears to be moving through space. The contours are distorted and deconstructed, reflecting Boccioni's interest in the representation of movement and dynamics in art.
"Forme uniche della continuità nello spazio" is considered an emblematic work of Futurism and of modern art in general. It illustrates the Futurist movement's fascination with technology, speed and the transformation of society.
Boccioni's sculpture had a lasting influence on modern art, particularly on the development of abstract sculpture and kinetic art. His exploration of movement and space marked a new approach to sculpture, going beyond traditional figurative representation to express more abstract concepts.
Size : sculpture
Category : Futurism, Bronze
Year : 1913
Type de support : Sculpture
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