Guggenheim, 352 pp., $60.00; $40.00 (paper)
The Italian Futurists were dedicated to motion—but not the meditative pace that Lloyd Wright’s ramp imposes on visitors to the Guggenheim’s exhibition this summer; more the revving of a Lamborghini, or better yet a Ducati motorcycle, relentlessly powering up, up, up and away, its engine knocking, spewing exhaust, mowing down everything in its path.
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