[automatically translated] Starting from the consideration of the intense relationships, personal and professional, between Marinetti and Gomez de la Serna, this paper analyzes and compares the programmatic texts, Italian and Spanish, on the futurist movement. It will demonstrate that the process of reception of Futurism in Spain does not consist in a mere imitation, but in a 'cultural adaptation' that gets to shape the Italian reality of the Iberian. In the "Futurist Manifesto a los españoles" Marinetti, for example, along with elements of typically Italian ancestry and common to all European avant-garde, it will now find the presence of specific and distinctive features of Spanish tradition.
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|Publication status||Published - 2011|