EXHIBITIONS Polite presentation of provocative works DAVID WILD Zang Tumb Tumb: The Futurist Graphic Revolution At the Estorick Collection, 39a Canonbury Square, London N1 until 12 April
'Zang Tumb Tumb' is the title of a small but important exhibition of Italian Futurist graphics in the ground floor of the handsomely converted Canonbury villa that houses the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art. The exhibition has been managed on a shoestring budget: book, newspaper and manifesto pages in basic but appropiately coloured frames from Ikea, and simple display cabinets. It is enlivened by paintings and, in the first room, the voice and discordant piano of Marinetti ...
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