Forme Uniche della Continuità nello Spazio at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Forme Uniche della Continuità nello Spazio, 1913, Umberto Boccioni
Forme Uniche della Continuità nello Spazio, 1913, Umberto Boccioni
Forme Uniche della Continuità nello Spazio, 1913, Umberto Boccioni
Forme Uniche della Continuità nello Spazio, 1913, Umberto Boccioni

When I was at the Metropolitan Museum of Art a couple weeks ago I was very surprised to see FUdCnS in the “modern” art gallery…it’s one of the ones cast in 1950, but, still has quite a presence. Has it always been there and I just didn’t know?

I think I prefer the smaller one at the Peggy Guggenheim Villa in Venice. Somehow the smaller size seems paradoxically livelier to me…what do people think?

3 thoughts on “Forme Uniche della Continuità nello Spazio at the Metropolitan Museum of Art”

    1. For some reason I just saw this reply, sorry for the delay in response. Yes! When I was compiling a new Boccioni bibliography last week I saw that that book had come out. Hopefully to reach a new audience. I really wish there was more of a push (and more funding, or at least I can never scare up any) to translate some of these important primary source documents.

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