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--F. T. Marinetti, 'The Foundation and Manifesto of Futurism' (1909)
--Umberto Boccioni and others, 'Manifesto of the Futurist Painters' (1910)
--Umberto Boccioni and others, 'Futurist Painting: Technical Manifesto' (1910)
--Takamura Kōtarō, 'A Green Sun' (1910)
--F. T. Marinetti, 'Against Traditionalist Venice' (1910)
--Guillaume Apollinaire, 'On the Subject in Modern Painting' (1912)
--Valentine de Saint-Point, 'Manifesto of Futurist Woman' (1912)
--Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc, 'Preface to Der Blaue Reiter Almanac' (1912)
--Valentine de Saint-Point, 'Futurist Manifesto of Lust' (1913)
--Mikhail Larionov and Natalya Goncharova, 'Rayonists and Futurists: A Manifesto' (1913)
--Guillaume Apollinaire, 'L'antitradition futuriste' (1913)
--Carlo Carrà, 'The Painting of Sounds, Noises and Smells' (1913)
--Giacomo Balla, 'Futurist Manifesto of Men's Clothing' (1913)
--Mina Loy, 'Aphorisms on Futurism' (1914)
--Ricciotto Canudo, 'Cerebrist Art' (1914)
--F. T. Marinetti and C. R. W. Nevinson, 'The Futurist Manifesto Against English Art' (1914)
--Wyndham Lewis and others, 'Manifesto' (1914)
--Wyndham Lewis and others, 'Our Vortex' (1914)
--Antonio Sant'Elia, 'Manifesto of Futurist Architecture' (1914)
--F. T. Marinetti and others, 'Futurist Synthesis of the War' (1914)
--Mina Loy, 'Feminist Manifesto' (1914)
--Carlo Carrà, 'Warpainting' (1915)
--Vladimir Mayakovsky, 'A Drop of Tar' (1915)
--Kasimir Malevich, 'Suprematist Manifesto' (1916)
--Hugo Ball, 'Dada Manifesto' (1916)
--Olga Rozanova, 'Cubism, Futurism, Suprematism' (1917)
--Vladimir Mayakovsky and others, 'Manifesto of the Flying Federation of Futurists' (1918)
--Tristan Tzara, 'Dada Manifesto' (1918)
--Richard Huelsenbeck, 'First German Dada Manifesto' (1918)
--Amédée Ozenfant and Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, 'Purism' (1918)
--Aleksandr Rodchenko and others, 'Manifesto of Suprematists and Non-Objective Painters' (1919)
--Richard Huelsenbeck and Raoul Hausmann, 'What is Dadaism and what does it want in Germany?' (1919)
--Walter Gropius, 'What is Architecture?' (1919)
--Francis Picabia, 'Dada Manifesto' (1920)
--Francis Picabia, 'Dada Cannibalistic Manifesto' (1920)
--Tristan Tzara and others, 'Twenty-Three Manifestos of the Dada Movement' (1920)
--Naum Gabo and Anton Pevzner, 'The Realistic Manifesto' (1920)
--Liubov Popova, 'On Organizing Anew' (c.1921)
--Tristan Tzara and others, 'Dada Excites Everything' (1921)
--Manuel Maples Arcre, 'A Strident Prescription' (1921)
--Dziga Vertov, 'WE: Variant of a Manifesto' (1922)
--Theo van Doesburg and others, 'Manifesto I of De Stijl' (1922)
--Vicente Huidobro, 'We Must Create' (1922)
--Aleksandr Rodchenko, 'Manifesto of the Constructivist Group' (c.1922)
--Le Corbusier, 'Toward an Architecture' (1923)
--Theo van Doesburg and others, 'Manifesto Prole Art' (1923)
--Tomoshoi Murayama and others, 'Mavo Manifesto' (1923)
--David Alfaro Siqueiros and others, 'Manifesto of the Union of Mexican Workers, Technicians, Painters and Sculptors' (1923)
--The Red Group, 'Manifesto' (1924)
--André Breton, 'Manifesto of Surrealism' (1924)
--José Carlos Mariátegui, 'Art, Revolution and Decadence' (1926)
--Salvador Dalí and others, 'Yellow Manifesto' (1928)
--Oswald de Andrade, 'Cannibalistic Manifesto' (1928)
--André Breton, 'Second Manifesto of Surrealism' (1929)
--F. T. Marinetti and Fillia, 'Manifesto of Futurist Cuisine' (1930)
--John Reed Club of New York, 'Draft Manifesto' (1932)
--Mario Sironi, 'Manifesto of Mural Painting' (1933)
--Károly (Charles) Sirató and others, 'Dimensionist Manifesto' (1936)
--André Breton, Diego Rivera and Leon Trotsky, 'Manifesto: Towards a Free Revolutionary Art' (1938)
--Jean (Hans) Arp, 'Concrete Art' (1942)
--Lucio Fontana, 'White Manifesto' (1946)
--Edgar Bayley and others, 'Inventionist Manifesto' (1946)
--Constant Nieuwenhuys, 'Manifesto' (1948)
--Barnett Newman, 'The Sublime is Now' (1948)
--Victor Vasarely, 'Notes for a Manifesto' (1955)
--Jirō Yoshihara, 'The Gutai Manifesto' (1956)
--Jean Tinguely, 'For Static' (1959)
--Ferreira Gullar, 'Neo-Concrete Manifesto' (1959)
--Gustav Metzger, 'Auto-Destructive Art' (1959, 1960, 1961)
--Guy Debord, 'Situationist Manifesto' (1960)
--Claes Oldenburg, 'I Am for an Art' (1961)
--Georg Baselitz, 'Pandemonic Manifesto I, 2nd version' (1961)
--Raphael Montañez Ortiz, 'Destructivism: A Manifesto' (1962)
--George Maciunas, 'Fluxus Manifesto' (1963)
--Wolf Vostell, 'Manifesto' (1963)
--Stan Brakhage, 'Metaphors on Vision' (1963)
--Stanley Brouwn, 'A Short Manifesto' (1964)
--Derek Jarman, 'Manifesto' (1964)
--Robert Venturi, 'Non-Straightforward Architecture: A Gentle Manifesto' (1966)
--Gilbert and George, 'The Law of Sculptors' (1969)
--Mierle Laderman Ukeles, 'Maintenance Art Manifesto' (1969)
--Paul Neagu, 'Palpable Art Manifesto' (1969)
--Gilbert and George, 'What Our Art Means' (1970)
--Douglas Davis, 'Manifesto' (1974)
--Maroin Dib and others, 'Manifesto of the Arab Surrealist Movement' (1975)
--Rem Koolhaas, 'Delirious New York: A Retroactive Manifesto for Manhattan' (1978)
--Coop Himmelb(l)au, 'Architecture Must Blaze' (1980)
--Georg Baselitz, 'Painters' Equipment' (1985)
--R. B. Kitaj, 'First Diasporist Manifesto' (1989)
--Lebbeus Woods, 'Manifesto' (1993)
--Dogme 95, 'Manifesto' (1995)
--Michael Betancourt, 'The-----------------Manifesto' (1996)
--Charles Jencks, '13 Propositions of Post-Modern Architecture' (1996)
--Werner Herzog, 'Minnesota Declaration' (1999)
--Billy Childish and Charles Thomson, 'The Stuckist Manifesto' (1999)
--Takashi Murakami, 'The Super Flat Manifesto' (2000)
--Billy Childish and Charles Thomson, 'Remodernist Manifesto' (2000)
--R. B. Kitaj, 'Second Diasporist Manifesto' (2007)
--Austin Williams and others, 'Manifesto: Towards a New Humanism in Architecture' (2008)
--Edgeworth Johnstone, Shelley Li and others, 'The Founding, Manifesto and Rules of The Other Muswell Hill Stuckists' (2009)