Futurism was an art movement that loudly and boldly proclaimed their discontentment with society. Unlike the other early modern art movements, Futurism came out of the heart of Italy. Some of the major artists involved included Filippo Marinetti, Umberto Boccioni, and Giacomo Balla. These artists participated in one of the loudest art movements ever to take place in modern art. They outwardly objected to traditional conventionalism and all but waged war on the art of the 19th century.

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