Fortunato Depero was born in 1892. He moved to Rovereto. In 1913 he was in Rome, where he met Balla and Marinetti. In 1915 he signed the Manifesto di Ricostruzione Futurista dell’Universo. In 1919 he inaugurated the “Casa d’Arte Futurista Depero”. Since 1925 he has participated in major exhibitions. In 1927 he published Depero-Dinamo Azari, a bolted book. In 1928 he was in New York city where he exhibited and worked as a set designer and publicist. In 1930 he returned to Italy: "I Quadriennale Nazionale d'Arte", Venice Biennale, V Triennale di Milano. In 1950 he published the Manifesto della Pittura e Plastica Nucleare. In the last years he dedicated himself to his museum. He died in 1960.
ANTIBIENNALE, year 1955
It also contains: Museo preliminare Depero a Rovereto by Lionello Fiumi and a letter from the lawyer Carlo Accetti. Back cover with a drawing by Depero.
4 black and white plates that reproduce 7 works by the artist and 2 photographs of the exhibition in Rome in 1916.
Passionate indictment in 84 points against the Venice Biennale accused of unconscious bad faith.
It also contains the rare leaflet added to page 27 that points out other articles in favour of Depero.
An absolutely perfect copy.
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- Autor/ Ilustrator
- Fortunato Depero
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- Rok wydania najstarszego przedmiotu
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- Arti Grafiche R. Manfrini, Rovereto
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- 244×71 mm