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Words-in-Freedom—“The Unique Colors of our Changeable ‘I’”

Detail: F. T. Marinetti, Zang Tumb Tuuum: Adrianople October 1912; Words-in-Freedom (Zang Tumb Tuuum: Adrianopoli ottobre 1912; Parole in libertà). Book (Milan: Edizioni futuriste di Poesia, 1914), 20.2 x 14 cm. The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles © 2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/SIAE, Rome. Photo: Courtesy The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles
Detail: F. T. Marinetti, Zang Tumb Tuuum: Adrianople October 1912; Words-in-Freedom (Zang Tumb Tuuum: Adrianopoli ottobre 1912; Parole in libertà). Book (Milan: Edizioni futuriste di Poesia, 1914), 20.2 x 14 cm. The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles © 2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/SIAE, Rome

Provocative and disruptive, "words-in-freedom"—a poetic art form created by Futurism’s founder, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti—contributed to the modern destruction of the barriers between poetry and prose. More

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Ephemera from Rufino Tamayo: Myth and Magic

Exhibition brochure, Rufino Tamayo: Myth and Magic, 1979
Exhibition brochure, Rufino Tamayo: Myth and Magic, 1979. Exhibition records. A0003. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives. New York, NY.

Thirty-five years ago in the summer of 1979, the retrospective Rufino Tamayo: Myth and Magic filled the Guggenheim Museum rotunda with the works of Mexican artist Rufino Tamayo and nearly 150 pre-Columbian and contemporary Mexican art objects. More

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Speed, Space, and Satire—Italian Futurism on the Blog

Detail: Carlo Carrà, Interventionist Demonstration(Manifestazione Interventista), 1914. Tempera, pen, mica powder, and paper glued on cardboard, 38.5 × 30 cm. Gianni Mattioli Collection, on long-term loan to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice © 2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/SIAE, Rome
Detail: Carlo Carrà, Interventionist Demonstration (Manifestazione Interventista), 1914. Tempera, pen, mica powder, and paper glued on cardboard, 38.5 × 30 cm. Gianni Mattioli Collection, on long-term loan to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice © 2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/SIAE, Rome

As we near the close of the Guggenheim's Italian Futurism exhibition, we revisit an array of blog posts that explored works in diverse mediums and provided a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the making of this unparalleled retrospective. Read through our Futurism series and get a chance to win a Futurism prize pack plus two admission passes to see the exhibition. More