SYNTHESIS OF HUMAN DYNAMISM

This is most likely one of the first striding sculptures that Boccioni created

A total of 14 photographs of this work are known to survive, 11 of which were taken in Boccioni’s studio, one at the 1913 exhibition in Paris, and two at the posthumous Milan show of 1916-17. Eight photographs were used in the recreation process, and these cover virtually the whole sculpture. The lighting in these photographs is natural except for image 6 which is lit by artificial lights in a gallery. The photograph from the back of the sculpture (upper left) was taken with a flash, which is evident from the way the shadows ar

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