2007 Nr.5 (56)
Neue Slowenische Kunst
Marko Košan
Retro-constructions: Who's afraid of totalitarian art's heritage?

On Futurism, Mussolni and Niklāvs Strunke in Italy
Aija Brasliņa
Ever since the very first text, published in 1909 in Le Figaro of Paris, Italian Futurism, recognised as the most radical of the modernist movements of the early 20th century, paved its way with countless provocative manifestos, aggressive bravado and pathos-filled rhetoric, active propaganda and public scandal.