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Jazz Concert: Francesco Cafiso Quartet

I. I.

One of the most precocious talents in the history of jazz. When he was barely nine years old Francesco took his first steps, playing with internationally acclaimed musicians....

Graphic Frescoes: Two Italian Illustrators, One American Story

Mila Tenaglia

“Una storia americana” featuring the work of Emiliano Ponzi and Olimpia Zagnoli, two of the best known Italian illustrators based in the United States. The ongoing exhibition...

What a ‘Culture Manager’ Can Bring to the Table

Stefano Albertini

Interview with Giorgio Van Straten, director of the Italian Cultural Institute in New York

25 Years of N.I.C.E., New Italian Cinema Events

Natasha Lardera

Every fall for the past 25 years, N.I.C.E., New Italian Cinema Events, has brought an important selection of Italian films by first time and second time directors to New York....

The Light of Southern Italy

Mila Tenaglia

At the Italian Cultural Institute paintings from the 19th- Century Neapolitan School on show from October 8th to November 5th.

New York Loves Festa della Repubblica!

Gero Salamone

A vibrant tricolor FIAT 500, with a bold i-Italy sign speeds through the streets of Manhattan under a light rain, causing surprise and curiosity amongst onlookers, and reminds the...

The Italian Cultural Institute of New York finally Gets a New Director

R. C.

Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Paolo Gentiloni, has just appointed the new directors of three major Italian Cultural Institutes: in London, Moscow, and New York. The...

All the World’s Futures: The 56th Exhibition of the Venice Biennale

Mila Tenaglia

In view of the 56th edition of the Venice Biennale, which will open to the public on May 9th, the President of the Biennale, Paolo Baratta and the curator Okwui Enwezor presented...

From Street to Art: The Journey of Public Art towards Galleries

Mila Tenaglia

Ten internationally famed artists and their works represent Italian Street Art at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York. From Street to Art: a project by Simone Pallotta,...

The Pleasure of Learning Italian

Giulia Madron

An interesting panel discussion led by Paolo Balboni, Italian professor and Director of the ITALS Center at the Cà Foscari University of Venice, on neurolinguistics: what happens...

New York Laughs with Fabio Volo

Giulia Madron

Fabio Volo’s hilarity seduces New York again. At the Italian Cultural Institute of New York Volo presented his last book: “La Strada Verso Casa.”

“My Aunt Rita”

Giulia Madron

Rita Levi Montalcini's niece remembers her aunt Rita, Italian neurologist and Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, during a special event at the Centro Primo Levi

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