- Review of the Futurist exhibit in Argentina.
- New ‘fututist’ poem about chocolate wins prize.
- Ancora Campari on display in Milan’s train station.
- Version of opera ‘Tosca’ set in Fascist Rome features the creation of a Futurist Madonna:
The painter Cavaradossi (Jeffrey M. Hartman), Tosca’s lover, is not just painting a Madonna; he is painting a mural of an ostensibly Futurist Madonna. Thus, added to the crime of aiding an escaped political prisoner is the implicit charge of “subversive art” (despite the fact that the Futurists tried so hard to ingratiate themselves with the Fascists).
- Hotel in Capri names suites after Futurists.
- Famous Chef Mario Batali performed from the Futurist Cookbook in 2002. Who knew?
- Contemporary artist Alberto Di Fabio claims inspiration from Balla.
- Watch a discourse on the Wolfsoniana in Genoa on Rai Tre from March 27, 2010.
- Paola Sica and Luca Somigli discuss Women and Futurism in Toronto.