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Craftsmanship Documented

Joey Skee (February 28, 2011)
The Metropolitan Musuem of Art
Mandolins (detail), New York, circa 1900, crafted by Angelo Mannello (1858-1922).

Italian Americans at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

On March 9th, curator Jayson Kerr Dobney will present on “The Neapolitan Instruments Makers of New York” at the Calandra Institute as part of its “Philip V. Cannistraro Seminar Series in Italian American Studies.”

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I'm so glad that Calandra is going to feature this exhibit. I saw it the first day it opened, and because of the great review it received in the NY Times, it was already packed. Sometimes people wonder what happened to the craftsmanship and artistry that drove the Italian Rinascimento, and exhibits like this prove it is alive and well. Patricia Rubino Sandler

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