Carlo cala-canvas wall art for you

Canvas wall art for you-(CarloCarra, 1881-1966) was one of the earliest members of the future school of painting.
In his early career,Great Big Canvas he trained in decorative painting.
At the age of 12, he studied as a decorator and in 1900 worked as a decorator for the Paris international fair.
In 1909, he entered marinetti's circle of futurists and became an active member of the future school of painting.
Not only did he sign those futuristic manifestos, he came up with his own.
In his 1913 manifesto, he spoke of the concept of "integral painting",Black And White Painting arguing for "paintings with music, noise and smell".
Therefore, in addition to the movement and speed advocated by futurism, some of his works also have the apperception communication of vision, hearing and smell that he pursues.
The influence that cubism gives him is apparent, look from structure and tonal, some of his painting, be like "at the same time juxtaposition, the woman on the balcony", seem to have cubism style characteristic more.
Patriotic celebration, karla, 1914, cardboard collage, 38.
7 x29.
Eight centimeters, milan, private collection.
The patriotic celebration is a cardboard collage that Carla made in 1914.
The materials used in this work are books, newspapers,Contemporary Painting 
 magazines, music, and other printed materials in various fonts.
Cara cut and collage them and arranged them in bright colors to create warm, vibrant patterns.
We can see that the circular arc extends from the center to the outer layer, and the straight shape radiates directly from the center to the periphery. Such a tension-like structure makes the picture produce some tension from the inside to the outside.
Obviously, words play a very important role here.LARGE CONTEMPORARY PAINTING RED GREY ORANGE

Although we can also see words in the works of bocconi or severini, they are few and mostly content with lyricism.
And Carla makes a lot of use of them, makes them take on the styling task, gives them a certain kind of special charm.
This use of words actually comes from marinetti's claim.
Marinetti proposed to use "free words" as poem, and kara followed closely, and constructed the picture with "free words", which made the audience have rich associations in watching, and led to some unspeakable subjective feelings.
Therefore, this work is also called "painting with free words".
Kara served in the army during world war I.
When he was recovering from his injuries in hospital in 1916, he met kiriko and turned to the "metaphysical" style of painting, which became a bridge between Italian futurist painting and metaphysical painting.


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