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  • Illustrations by Olimpia Zagnoli
    Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see the works of the most talented contemporary Italian illustrators that are currently on display at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York City until October 26th.
  • Fausto Paravidino at the Italian Cultural Institute in NYC
    Art & Culture
    Joelle Grosso(September 23, 2016)
    On September 21st the Italian award-winning playwright, Fausto Paravidino, reenacted a few scenes from his play I Vicini in an event organized by Umanism NY and Martin E. Segal Theatre Center at CUNY held at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York City.
  • Lorenzo Mattotti is one of the most loved and acclaimed Italian illustrators. In 2004, he created illustrations for "Eros", a movie directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, Steven Soderbergh and Wong Kar-wai.
    Cover Revolution! is an exhibition and book (published by Corraini Editions) that aims to document this phenomenon, featuring work by the most popular and beloved Italian illustrators such as Lorenzo Mattotti, Franco Matticchio, Guido Scarabottolo, Gianluigi Toccafondo, Emiliano Ponzi, and Olimpia Zagnoli. We are delighted to publish the introduction of the book written by the art curator, Melania Gazzotti.
  • Events: Reports
    I. I.(June 02, 2016)
    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. Meeting Wynton Marsalis in 2002 at Pescara Jazz Festival was a turning point in Francesco’s career.
  • 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. Directed by Viviana del Bianco N.I.C.E. has a mission: supporting and promoting contemporary Italian cinema on an international level. Through the years the festival has discovered many talents, including Oscar-winner Paolo Sorrentino. I-Italy spoke to Maya Breschi, US Executive Director.
  • Events: Reports
    M. T.(September 29, 2015)
    At the Italian Cultural Institute paintings from the 19th- Century Neapolitan School on show from October 8th to November 5th.
  • 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 many Italians in the city of the Festa della Repubblica, which was celebrated once more at the Italian Consulate General in New York.
  • 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 director’s office at 686 Park Avenue will now be occupied by Giorgio Van Straten, award-winning author and manager of arts associations of the caliber of the Venice Biennale and of Agis (the Italian association for the performing arts), among others.
  • 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 director’s office at 686 Park Avenue will now be occupied by Giorgio Van Straten, award-winning author and manager of arts associations of the caliber of the Venice Biennale and of Agis (the Italian association for the performing arts), among others.

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