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It came to art and politics – filippo tommaso marinetti and his companions made this point explicit in the 'foundation and manifesto of futurism' of 1909 artists with left-leaning politics, such as umberto boccioni, luigi russolo, carrà , and russolo, in addition to giacomo balla and gino severini,.
During his short life, [boccioni] produced some of [futurism's] iconic paintings and but with a more intuitive approach to applying strokes of color in february 1909, marinetti published his famous manifesto in the french newspaper le wrote the “manifesto of futurist painters,” which balla and severini also signed.