By Elza Adamowicz,Simona Storchi
The essays supply intriguing new readings in gender politics, aesthetics, historiography, intermediality and interdisciplinarity. They discover the works of significant avid gamers of the stream in addition to its lesser-known figures, and the customarily severe impression of Futurism on modern or later avant-garde hobbies resembling Cubism, Dada and Vorticism.
The book can be of curiosity to students and scholars of ecu paintings, literature and cultural heritage, in addition to to the educated basic public.
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