This exhibition guide was published to accompany Primo Conti: A Futurist Prodigy, curated by Roberta Cremoncini, held at the Estorick Collection in 2000.

The exhibition celebrated the centenary of Primo Conti’s birth, and aimed to explore his early years and first painterly experiences. Born in Florence in 1900, the young Conti made his first contact with the Futurists within a year of starting his artistic education, and quickly became part of the Futurist constellation of artists, intellectuals, and editors.

The guide includes an essay on Primo Conti by Roberta Cremoncini.

Paperback: 24 pages
Publisher: Estorick Foundation (2000)

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