Poet Filippo Tommaso Marinetti founded futurism in Milan in the early 20th century. Like its predecessors, futurism emphasized abstraction and nontraditional representation. It valued speed, viscerally, youth and modernity and acted as a form of Italian liberation from its fraught history. Although founded in Italy, its influence also spread to other European countries.
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