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  • Art & Culture
    Kayla Pantano(April 18, 2017)
    Casa Italiana recently hosted a multimedia exhibit dedicated to American Founding Father and third President of the United States and his surprising influences from Italian culture.
  • © Giuseppe di Piazza
    La potenza del racconto visivo attraversa la vita di Giuseppe Di Piazza, fotografo, giornalista, scrittore. Con una giovinezza a Palermo, e una vita professionale vissuta a Roma e poi Milano. Poi un intimo rapporto con New York e con l’America Italiana. Ma c’è tanto altro da sapere di lui, dai suoi 'Landscapes' in mostra alla Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò della NYU ai suoi unici ritratti di donne…
  • Plotkin and Rustioni at Casa Italiana, Photograph by Molly Engelman
    Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò (NYU) airs the fifth episode of "Adventures in Italian Opera" with Fred Plotkin. This episode features Daniele Rustioni, a 34 year old Italian conductor who recently completed his debut at the Metropolitan Opera, among many other impressive milestones.
  • Seeing Through - Marthe Keller & Antonio Scaccabarozzi
    On view until March 16, the two-person exhibit features work from an Italian-born painter and a New York native who hail from different artistic generations, yet both embody the idea of "seeing through" in their works.
  • Poster of the documentary
    On occasion of Black History Month 2017 as well as Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò’s "Primi al Cinema" film series, the documentary entitled “Blaxploitalian: 100 Years of Blackness in Italian Cinema” by Fred Kudjo Kuwornu makes it’s debut in New York City.
  • IAVANET - Works on Paper
    A video of some of the featured works that are currently on display
    Director of NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò Stefano Albertini welcomes the Italian-American Visual Artists’ Network, or IAVANET, for a three week long exhibition entitled “Lavori Su Carta.”
  • International Holocaust Remembrance Day is on Friday January 27th
    The Primo Levi Center is collaborating with the most influential Italian-American institutions in New York City to pay tribute to those who tragically lost their lives during the Holocaust and to use this time for reflection.
  • Art & Culture
    Stanislao Pugliese(January 12, 2017)
    We are delighted to re-publish an article by Stanislao Pugliese in memory of the renowned singer-songwriter Pino Daniele. Daniele passed away two years ago, but during the course of his career, he brilliantly combined rock, African-American blues, and Neapolitan music.

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