Gerardo Dottori: The Futurist View

One of the pivotal figures of Italian Futurism during the inter-war years.

Gerardo Dottori, Lake-Dawn, 1942 Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Perugia

Gerardo Dottori, Lake-Dawn, 1942

Dottori is best known for his depictions of the Umbrian landscape, viewed from a great height. He was one of the first artists to become associated with 'aeropainting', producing a series of works in this style throughout the early 1920s. In 1929 he signed the Futurist Manifesto of Aeropainting.

This exhibition encompasses his renowned flight-related paintings, as well his initial Divisionist works and later experimentation with abstract imagery.

Venue details

Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art 39a Canonbury Square London N1 2AN 020 7704 9522

Entry details

£2.50 with National Art Pass (standard entry £5)

Wed – Sat, 11am – 6pm
Sun, 12– 5pm