Italian artist. In 1922, he exhibited his works for the first time at the Garden Salon in Turin and, in the following year, he simultaneously created the Turin Futurist movement and, together with Bracci, the Union of Futurist Artists. In the same year, he published the only issue of the magazine Futurismo and, in 1927, launched another vanguard magazine entitled Vetrina Futurista. He came into contact with the group, Cercle et Carré and, in 1928, took part in the organisation of the project for the Futurist pavilion at the Turin International Exhibition. In 1929, he launched two new periodicals on the plastic arts and architecture, La Citta Futurista and La Citta Nuova. Between 1925 and 1936, he took part in the main Futurist exhibitions and, in 1976, he exhibited at the Narciso Gallery in Turin. He also participated in the exhibition Léger et l'Esprit Moderne, 1918-1931 at the Museum of Modern Art, in Paris, in 1982.