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CHRISTIE’S TO OFFER UMBERTO BOCCIONI’S UNIQUE FORMS OF CONTINUITY IN SPACE FIRST TIME THAT A SCULPTURE BY UMBERTO BOCCIONI HAS COME TO MARKET IN NEARLY 50 YEARS “[Unique Forms of Continuity in Space] resonates across time. It even has a science fiction aspect—you can almost see Darth Vader [in it].” – Sir Norman Foster New York – On November 11, Christie’s will offer Umberto Boccioni’s Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, conceived in 1913 and cast in 1972 ($3,800,000-4,500,000) marking the first time in nearly 50 years that one of the artist’s revolutionary sculptures has been offered at auction, since Christie’s sold another cast from the edition in 1975. That example now resides in the New Orleans Museum of Art. Max Carter, International Director, Head of Department, Impressionist and Modern Art, remarked: “In his brief life, Boccioni reimagined time, space and movement. Where other works of art are rooted in the past, Unique Forms of Continuity of Space—Boccioni’s greatest achievem...