Dottori futurista: sei opere

7 Dec-20 Jan. 

Six “forgotten” works by the Italian futurist artist Gerardo Dottori, acclaimed in particular for his mastery in aero painting.

In 1912 Dottori adhered to the “Futurism” art movement and acquired a vast repertoire of futuristic works, inspired by the dynamism and the translation of visual and auditory sensations. 

After the war, he founded the magazine “Griffa! with Alberto Presenzino Mattoli and held his first personal exhibition in Rome, presented by Marinetti. From then on he was constantly present in the expos and in the Futurist demonstrations in Italy and abroad.

In 1931 he subscribed to the Manifesto of Aero painting with Balla, Benedetta, Depero, Prampolini, Somenzi and Tato. He soon became the indisputable protagonist of the developments in Futurist aero painting  while also dedicating his time to advertising and to the elaboration of design and furnishing projects.

10.00-18.00. Mon closed. 

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Address Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Roma Capitale, Via Francesco Crispi 24, tel. 060608.

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Dottori futurista: sei opere

Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Roma Capitale, Via Francesco Crispi 24, tel. 060608.

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