header i-Italy

You chose: moma

  • Art & Culture
    Joelle Grosso(February 16, 2017)
    Paola Antonelli and Maria Popova recently met up at the Italian Cultural Institute as part of their new series of events in honor of the incredible Italian writer, Italo Calvino.
  • Events: Reports
    M. T,(March 24, 2016)
    At GR gallery a retrospective of Italian artist and kinetic art pioneer Alberto Biasi, featuring over thirty of his most famous works from the late Sixties until today, from his best known series “Rilievi Ottico- Dinamici”, “Torsioni”, Assemblaggi and his interactive installation "Eco-ombre" 1974-2014, for the first time on view in the US. The exhibition is curated by GR gallery's founder Giovanni Granzotto and its Director Alberto Pasini.
  • Meet the New Italians of New York
    Events: Reports
    R. C.(February 11, 2016)
    This year sees the start of a new series of networking events promoted by the Consulate General of Italy in New York for young Italians residing in the Tri-state area.
  • Antonio Pietrangeli: A Retrospective explores the filmmaker’s career from the early 1950s to the mid-1960s. It features 11 films, from Pietrangeli’s best-known work to a number of rediscoveries. As a major father of the Commedia all'Italiana genre and a leading figure of Neorealism, Pietrangeli explored the ever changing role of women in Italian society after the fall of Fascism. They have to deal with a new freedom that is attractive yet at the same time ambiguous and somewhat dangerous.
  • Renowned Italian singer, songwriter, film director and author Luciano Ligabue caps a record breaking quarter-century career with his first-ever concert appearances on the American continent. This US run of dates is a continuation of Ligabue's "Mondovisione Tour – Mondo 2014" in support of the iconic artist's 10th studio album "Mondovisione," released in November 2013 and certified Italy's top selling album of that year within four weeks of release.
  • Marco Bellocchio, one of Italy's most celebrated film directors, was in town for two reasons: first a retrospective at Moma that celebrates 50 years of his career as a filmmaker (www.moma.org) and then the presentation of the book about him titled Morality and Beauty edited by Sergio Toffetti.
  • Art & Culture
    Giulia Madron(December 04, 2013)
    We interviewed Francesca Coppola, a successful Italian filmmaker based in Brooklyn and director of "Flamingos," a beautiful short movie realized in 2012 which premiered at MoMa and Licoln Center in New York and that it's currently touring festivals.

Pages