Artists

Giacomo Balla

Giorgio De Chirico

Enrico Prampolini

Giorgio Morandi

Carlo Carra

Renato Guttuso

Umberto Boccioni

Gerardo Dottori

Ardengo Soffici

Lucio Fontana

Bruno Munari

Marino Marini

Luigi Russolo

Giacomo Manzu

Gino Severini

Emilio Vedova

Mario Sironi

Fortunato Depero

Mario Giacomelli

Zoran Music

Fillia

Ugo Mulas

El Lissitsky

Mario Tozzi

Renato Birolli

Tullio Crali

Massimo Campigli

Mauro Reggiani

Piero Dorazio

Alberto Burri

John Heartfield

Emilio Greco

Mino Maccari

Mimmo Jodice

Franco Grignani

Osvaldo Licini

Achille Perilli

Nino Migliori

Fausto Melotti

Fausto Pirandello

Nicolay Diulgheroff

Felice Casorati

Mario Radice

Giorgio Casali

Giuseppe Capogrossi

Amedeo Modigliani

Arturo Martini

Giuseppe Cavalli

Hannah Hoch

Luigi Veronesi

Tato

Aaron Williamson

Kurt Schwitters and Theo van Doesburg

Ladislav Sutnar

Mike Marshall

Mikhail Matiushin

Marcello Geppetti

Luigi Ghirri

Manlio Rho

Luigi Senesi

Mimmo Paladino

Michelangelo Pistoletto

Mimmo Rotella

Lyubov Popova

Luke Elwes

Mino Delle Site

Maga

Marcello Piacentini

Michael Kruger

Mark Wallinger

Luca Buvoli

Louise Camrass

Lino Mannocci

Leoncillo Leonardi

Lawrence Atkinson

Marion Coutts

mario-mafai

Laslo Moholy-Nagy

Lala Meredith-Vula

Mario Gabinio

Mauro Cappelletti

Mario Dondero

Medardo Rosso

Mario Cresci

Merlin James

Michael Craig-Martin

Luigi Martinati

Mario Merz

Ottavio Missoni

Nanda Lanfranco

Umberto Di Lazzaro

stewart

Susan Trangmar

Sydney Carline

Thomas Eakins

Thomas Lamb

Thomas Newbolt

Tim Stoner

Timothy Hyman

Toby Glanville

tono-zancanaro

Tony Bevan

Tony Cragg

Uliano Lucas

Umberto Mastroianni

Sophy Rickett

Varvara Stepanova

Verossi

Victor Willing

Virgilio Retrosi

Vittorio Sella

Vittorio Zecchin

Willi Baumeister

William Joseph Brunell

William Roberts

William Scott

Wladimiro Tulli

Wladyslaw Strzeminski

Wyndham Lewis

Stephen Johnstone

Sol LeWitt

Niamh O'Malley

Piergiorgio Branzi

Nino Vitali

Olga Rozanova

Oskar Schlemmer

Keith Roberts

Ottone Rosai

P Ferro

Paolo Mussat Sartor

Paolo Pellion

Paolo Scheggi

Pat Naldi

Patrick Caulfield

Paul Coldwell

Paul Winstanley

Piero Manzoni

Sigrid Holmwood

Piero Pizzi Cannella

Piet Zwart

Pietro Donzelli

Pietro Melandri

Primo Conti

Rachel Whiteread

Renato di Bosso

Richard Billingham

Romeo Bevilacqua

Rosita Missoni

Salvatore Meli

Sandro Becchetti

Shauna McMullan

Kit Wise

A Sacchi

Kazimir Malevich

Corrado Govoni

Aurelio Amendola

Ben Nicholson

Benedetta Marinetti

boyd-webb

Brighid Lowe

Bruno Tano

Carla Accardi

Carlo Zauli

Catherine Burge

Christopher Le Brun

Claudio Abate

Corrado Cagli

C.R.W. Nevison

Attilio Maranzano

Dadamaino

Dante Baldelli

David Bomberg

David Hockney

Denis Masi

Derek Shiel

Diego Mazzonelli

Dunill and O'Brien

Eadward Muybridge

Edward Allington

Edward McKnight Kauffer

Edward Wadsworth

El Lissitzky

Augusto Pedrini

Atanasio Soldati

Emanuele Lomiry

Alex Lowery

Adam Chodzko

Adolfo Wildt

Afro

Agostino Bonalumi

Alberto Di Fabio

Alberto Magnelli

Alberto Mastroianni

Alberto Montacchini

Alberto Savinio

Aldo Mazza

Aldo Schmid

Alessandro Bruschetti

Alexandr Rodchenko

Arturo Zavattini

Alfredo Ambrosi

Aligi Sassu

Alison Turnbull

Alison Wilding

Amanda Currie

Andrzej Jackowski

Angelo Morbelli

Angelo Torchi

Anton Giulio Bragaglia

Antonio Boggeri

Arturo Bragaglia

Arturo Di Stefano

Arturo Tosi

Elisabetta Catalano

Ennio Morlotti

Jordan Baseman

Harold Edgerton

Giuseppe Preziosi

Giuseppe Raverta

Giuseppe Santomaso

Giuseppe Spagnulo

Giuseppe Vivani

Giuseppe Wenter Marini

Giuseppe Zigaina

Gjon Mili

Glenys Johnson

Graham Ellard

Guilio Turcato

Gustav Klucis

Hayley Newman

Giulio Gigli

Helen Saunders

Henryk Berlewi

Herbert Bayer

Ida Barbarigo

Ivo Pannaggi

Jacob Epstein

Jaki Irvine

Jean Arp

Johannes Bader

John Kindness

John Riddy

Johnnie Shand Kydd

Jonathan Shaw

Giuseppe Pelliza da Volpedo

Giuditta Scalini

Enrica Borghi

franco-garelli

Enrico Castellani

Ernest Brooks

Ernesto Thayaht

Etienne-Jules Marey

Ettore Colla

Ettore de Conciliis

Euan Uglow

Federico Garolla

Federico Zandomeneghi

Ferdinando Scianna

Filipo De Pisis

Fiona Crisp

Fonderie Fratelli Perani

Fratelli Alinari

Giovanni Segantini

Gabriele Basilico

Gaetano Previati

Geoff Uglow

George Grosz

Gianfranco Gorgoni

Gianni Berengo Gardin

Gianni Pellegrini

Gianni Piacentino

Gino Barssoti

Gino Ghiringhelli

Giorgio Avigdor

Giorgio Colombo

Giovanni Korompay

Henri Gaudier-Brzeska

UMBERTO BOCCIONI CARLO CARRA GINO SEVERINI GIACOMO BALLA MASSIMO CAMPIGLI GIORGIO DE CHIRICO GERARDO DOTTORI EMILIO GRECO RENATO GUTTUSO GIACOMO MANZU MARINO MARINI AMEDEO MODIGLIANI GIORGIO MORANDI ZORAN MUSIC LUIGI RUSSOLO ARDENGO SOFFICI CORRADO GOVONI OTTONE ROSAI MEDARDO ROSSO GIUDITTA SCALINI MARIO SIRONI

16 January 2008 - 6 April 2008

Comprising over 120 works by many of the most prominent Italian artists of the Modernist era, the Estorick Collection opened to the public in January 1998. Described by Sir Nicholas Serota as 'one of the finest collections of early 20th century Italian art anywhere in the world', it was formed in the late 1940s and early 1950s by Eric Estorick (1913-93), an American art-dealer, writer and political scientist, and is the only collection in the United Kingdom dedicated to this turbulent and fascinating period of Italian art.

Read more...
GIACOMO BALLA UMBERTO BOCCIONI LUIGI RUSSOLO ARDENGO SOFFICI TULLIO CRALI FORTUNATO DEPERO NICOLAY DIULGHEROFF GERARDO DOTTORI FILLIA BENEDETTA MARINETTI ENRICO PRAMPOLINI

9 September 1998 - 13 December 1998

This exhibition of 23 Futurist works on loan from the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Rome, linked the first and second waves of Futurism through the works of Giacomo Balla (1871-1958). Balla was already well established as an artist and teacher before coming under the influence of Futurism in 1910. His extraordinary versatility and creativity had a profound influence on his contemporaries and the eight canvases on show were from his most vibrant Futurist period.

Read more...
MICHELANGELO PISTOLETTO MIMMO ROTELLA MARIO MERZ GIANNI PIACENTINO GIACOMO BALLA GERARDO DOTTORI

14 September 2005 - 18 December 2005

Marcello Levi is one of the leading collectors of contemporary art in Italy. He began collecting works by members of the Futurist movement, such as Giacomo Balla and Gerardo Dottori, before becoming one of the earliest supporters of Arte Povera in the late 1960s. His friendship with the artists enabled him to acquire a remarkable series of works that have rarely been shown in public.

Read more...
TATO ALFREDO AMBROSI ENRICO PRAMPOLINI TULLIO CRALI FILLIA NICOLAY DIULGHEROFF BRUNO MUNARI GIACOMO BALLA

6 January 2005 - 20 February 2005

Dominating Futurist art throughout the 1930s, aeropainting embodied the movement’s fascination with technology, speed and the machine, striving to capture the visual and metaphysical sensations of flight in dramatic and often intensely poetic imagery. This exhibition offered visitors an exhilarating birds-eye view of the world through the eyes of the Futurist artists.

Read more...
GIACOMO BALLA

5 April 2017 - 25 June 2017

Organised in collaboration with the Biagiotti Cigna Collection, this major exhibition presented a career-spanning retrospective of one of Italian Futurism's most important and consistently inventive artists. Encompassing his early Divisionist imagery, iconic Futurist paintings and examples of his distinctive work in the sphere of the applied arts, it offered a comprehensive survey of Balla's multifaceted activity between the years 1895 and 1958, including many works rarely seen outside Italy.

Read more...
MAURO REGGIANI ENRICO PRAMPOLINI ACHILLE PERILLI EMILIO VEDOVA OSVALDO LICINI BRUNO MUNARI AFRO GIACOMO BALLA UMBERTO BOCCIONI ALBERTO BURRI GIUSEPPE CAPOGROSSI ETTORE COLLA LUCIO FONTANA ALBERTO MAGNELLI FAUSTO MELOTTI

28 June 2006 - 24 September 2006

Abstraction first emerged in Italian art around 1910, when painters belonging to the Futurist school began developing their studies of light and motion in bold new directions, depicting ‘the essential force lines of speed’ as brightly-coloured arcs and thrusting, jagged forms.

Read more...
GIACOMO BALLA UMBERTO BOCCIONI CARLO CARRA GINO SEVERINI ARDENGO SOFFICI LUIGI RUSSOLO GIORGIO DE CHIRICO PIERO PIZZI CANNELLA

23 September 2015 - 20 December 2015

This fascinating exhibition presented the findings of a group of specialist art historians, restorers and scientists who examined key works from the Estorick’s permanent collection. Using the most up-to-date methods employed in the analysis of artworks, they shed new light on the different techniques used by a number of painters, and in some cases even revealed the presence of previously unknown images beneath, or on the back of, the Collection’s masterpieces.

Read more...
EADWARD MUYBRIDGE ETIENNE-JULES MAREY GIACOMO BALLA HAROLD EDGERTON GJON MILI UMBERTO BOCCIONI THOMAS EAKINS JONATHAN SHAW

13 January 2010 - 18 April 2010

Although the problem of depicting movement in painting and sculpture had concerned artists for many centuries, the birth of the Futurist movement in 1909 signalled a renewed interest in the subject. Taking as its starting point the Estorick's own collection of Futurist masterpieces, On the Move drew on a wide range of material in many different media to provide an in-depth examination of this complex and fascinating theme.

Read more...
GIOVANNI SEGANTINI ANGELO MORBELLI GAETANO PREVIATI GIACOMO BALLA GIUSEPPE PELLIZA DA VOLPEDO ANGELO TORCHI FEDERICO ZANDOMENEGHI

4 June 2003 - 7 September 2003

Inspired by the achievements of the Impressionists and Neo-Impressionists, the school of painting known as Divisionism emerged in Italy around the end of the nineteenth century. Like their French counterparts, these artists were fascinated with capturing effects of light, and this pioneering exhibition explored their attempts to evoke that most elusive of subjects.

Read more...
GERARDO DOTTORI BRUNO TANO ALESSANDRO BRUSCHETTI MINO DELLE SITE FILLIA GIUSEPPE PREZIOSI ERNESTO THAYAHT WLADIMIRO TULLI NINO VITALI GIACOMO BALLA

26 September 2007 - 23 December 2007

When Futurism was founded in 1909, its hostility towards the institution of the Catholic Church was pronounced, and accompanied by a rejection of Christian concepts of morality. Despite this, the publication of a 'Manifesto of Futurist Sacred Art' in 1931 inspired a flowering of religious painting that constitutes perhaps one of the most unexpected episodes in the history of the movement.

Read more...
GIACOMO BALLA GIORGIO DE CHIRICO CARLO CARRA ALBERTO SAVINIO GIORGIO MORANDI MARIO TOZZI IVO PANNAGGI ARTURO TOSI FAUSTO PIRANDELLO FELICE CASORATI

30 September 2004 - 19 December 2004

In the earliest years of the twentieth century the still life genre underwent something of a renaissance. As artists became increasingly concerned with purely formal, pictorial values, it came to be considered a perfect vehicle for experimentation with new aesthetics, free from any complicating narrative dimensions.

Read more...