Torino: Stile Futurista, 1934. First edition. Softcover. Oblong octavo (8 1/4 x 9 1/2"). 68pp. Original decorative wrappers, with red and black lettering to front cover.
Official catalogue of the First National Exhibition of Mural Plastic for Fascist Architecture, which was held at the Doge's Palace in Genova from November 14, 1934 to January 11, 1935.
This catalogue is splendidly illustrated throughout with 46 b/w photographic reproductions of works of architecture, sculpture and painting by Oronzo Abbatecola, Ambrosi, Andreoni, Anselmo, Benedetta, Augusto Cernigoi, Marcello Claris, Tullio Crali, Fortunato Depero, Renato Di Bosso, Nicola Diulgheroff, Tullio d'Albisola, Fillia (Luigi Colombo), Dino Gambetti, Alfonso Gaudenzi, Mariotti, Masnaghi, Pippo Oriani, Osvaldo Peruzzi, Ugo Pozzo, Enrico Prampolini, Giuseppe Rosso, Mino Rosso, Scaini, and Tato (Guglielmo Sansoni).
Minor age-toning along fore-edge of front cover. Back cover partly creased and foxed. Text in Italian. Wrappers in overall good to good+, interior in very good condition.
Les Futuristes Italiens: Art plastique mural, aéropeinture futuriste, art sacré futuriste, décoration futuriste, 150 oeuvres exposées par 20 artistes. Conférences sur l'aéropeinture, l'aéropoesie et l'aéromusique - Galerie Bernheim Jeune & Co., du 3 Avril au 27 Avril 1935.
Oblong octavo (8 1/4 x 9 1/2"). pp.
Official catalogue of an exhibition of works by Italian Futurist artists at the Galerie Bernheim Jeune & Co., Paris, from April 3, to April 27, 1935.
With text by Enrico Prampolini ("L'Aéropeinture Cosmique de Pampolini"), Filippo Tommaso Marinetti ("L'Aéropeinture Futuriste Ouvre une Nouvelle Ère de la Peinture," "Art Plastique Mural Pour l'Architecture Fasciste," "Manifeste de l'Art Sacré"), and Fillia ("Manifeste de l'Art Sacré," in collaboration with F. T. Marinetti).
The last page contains four b/w photographic reproductions of works of painting (3) and sculpture (1) by E. Prampolini ("Organisme Cosmique"), G. Dottori ("Lac Survolé"), Fillia ("Art Sacré Futuriste"), and Mino Rosso ("La Pianiste").
This 8-page catalogue is glued along upper joint of the "Prima mostra nazionale di plastica murale per l'edilizia fascista" catalogue. Wrappers missing. Some creasing and tiny chipping along upper fore-edge of pages (not affecting lettering). Text in French. Catalogue in overall good condition. g to vg. Item #42193
* Filippo Tommaso Marinetti (1876-1944) was an Italian poet, editor, art theorist, and founder of the Futurist movement.