Pellegrino Artusi's "The Science of Cooking and the Art of Fine Dining" has been a staple in the Italian kitchen since the 1800s. The Art-Artusi project has taken on the great challenge of bringing the legendary name back into kitchens around the world and to create a representation of Italy as a country that stands for innovation and technology to better the food industry.
The Radiant Sophia Loren
The Tony Vaccaro Studio in association with the Monroe Gallery of Photography is pleased to present the first NYC retrospective of Tony Vaccaro’s work. Encompassing his images from WWII through the era of mass magazine media to modern day technology, it is a true recognition of one artist's adaptability to countless forms of artistic influence and cultural change.
One of the powerful photos taken by Blaustein in 1966
For the first time in history the Ferrari Finali Mondiali will take place in the United States at the Daytona International Speedway. What better place for four days of racing and showcasing than one of America's most important racetracks? Adding to the excitement, the Formula 1 Scuderia Ferrari team will conduct Ferrari performance demonstrations.
Travel through time on the second floor of the Uffizi Gallery to witness newly exhibited sketches from the 16th Century Venetian School in tandem the Tuscan and Venetian Oil Paintings to understand the stylistic influence and conversation between artists that transcended through the Italian Renaissance.
Highly acclaimed crew creates Rock Opera based on the infamous Roman Emperor Nero. The Opera will showcase on the archaeological foundation of Nero's palace, one of Rome's main tourist attractions, The Domus Aurea.
Opera expert Fred Plokin in conversation with mezzo-soprano Marianna Pizzolato