Join digital artists and designers Matt Smith and Anders Rådén for a Saturday Gallery Tour of Umberto Boccioni: Recreating the Lost Sculptures.

Free, with an admission ticket purchased on the same day. No booking required.

About the exhibition
The destruction, in 1927, of a number of plaster and mixed-media sculptures by the Futurist artist Umberto Boccioni (1882-1916) was a tragic loss for avant-garde art. Of the many ground-breaking sculptures he created between c.1913 and 1915, only a handful remain in existence today. Now, using a combination of vintage photographic material and cutting-edge 3D printing techniques, digital artists Matt Smith and Anders Rådén have recreated four of Boccioni’s destroyed works: a volumetric study of a human face titled Empty and Full Abstracts of a Head, and three of the artist’s iconic striding figures.

Anders Rådén is a digital artist and designer. He lives in Uppsala, Sweden.
Matt Smith is a digital artist and designer. He lives in Liverpool, England.

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