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The Museum of Avant-garde

Gino Severini

Italy (1883—1966)
Born in Cortona, Severini moved to Rome to take evening art classes. In Rome he met Balla and Boccioni and Balla, who introduced him to Neo-Impressionism. In 1906 he moved to Paris, where he encountered artists such as Modigliani, Picasso, Braque and Gris. In 1910 he signed the Manifesto of Futurist Painting. His interests focused on human body in the Blue Dancer. From 1915 he started to looked at Cubism, working on geometric compositions. He worked on many mosaics and murals and lived his life between Rome and Paris, where he died in 1966.

Action

Cahiers de philosophie et d’art / Magazine / Letterpress / 19.5 x 24.5 cm / Paris, 1920-1922

Der Sturm. Zweite Ausstellung: Futuristen

Exhibition catalogue / Letterpress / 12 x 16.8 cm / Berlin, 1912

Exhibition of works by the italian futurist painters

Exhibition catalogue / Letterpress / 12 x 16.8 cm / London, 1912

De Stijl

Magazine / Letterpress / 20.7 x 28.6 cm / Delft / Leiden / Meudon, 1921-1932

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Gino Severini. 1re exposition futuriste d’art plastique de la guerre

Exhibition Invitation / Letterpress / 12 x 16.8 cm / Paris, 1916

Esposizione di pittura futurista di “Lacerba”

Exhibition catalogue / Letterpress / 12 x 16.8 cm / Florence, 1913

Prima esposizione pittura futurista

Exhibition catalogue / Letterpress / 12 x 16.8 cm / Rome, 1913

Prima esposizione di pittura futurista

Exhibition catalogue / Letterpress / 12 x 16.8 cm / Neaples, 1914

Peintres futuristes italiens

Exhibition catalogue / Letterpress / 12 x 16.8 cm / Paris, 1929

The futurist painter Severini exhibits his latest works

Exhibition catalogue / Letterpress / 12 x 16.8 cm / London, 1913

Die Futuristen. Gesellschaft zur Förderung moderner Kunst m.b.H

Exhibition catalogue / Letterpress / 12 x 16.8 cm / Berlin, n.d.

Les peintres futuristes italiens

Exhibition catalogue / Letterpress / 12 x 16.8 cm / Florence, 1912