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  • Art & Culture
    Mila Tenaglia(June 25, 2016)
    For four generations Gloria Porcella’s family has followed an artistic and cultural path in Rome. Here Gloria tells us a little about her cultured childhood, her subsequent career in Europe, and her decision to open the Ca’ d’Oro Art Gallery—founded by her father Antonio—also in Miami and New York.
  • Ellis Island was an organizational apparatus that implemented a specific project of social engineering aimed at building a new America. Lampedusa is nothing like that. It is merely a place where the Italian government admits migrants without any ultimate aim. Can we change things?
  • Ierimonti Gallery is pleased to present “Salvo: Io sono il migliore”, an overview of the work of Salvatore Mangione (1947-2015), known as Salvo, from the Eighties to the present.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Gero Salamone(October 21, 2015)
    The French poet Guy de Maupassant called Sicily “the land of oranges, of blooming ground, whose air in the spring is a fragrance,” An island with timeless appeal, where one becomes enchanted with its numerous cities: the capital Palermo, the charming Taormina, or the historic Ragusa Ibla. A region that over the years has received an influx of different cultures: Greek, Arabic, Norman, Spanish, and other civilizations of the Mediterranean. The popularity of Sicilian cooking makes it easy to experience its distinctive flavors in restaurants scattered across New York.
  • Art & Culture
    I. I.(July 10, 2015)
    Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is proud to present “Cuba, Then & Now,” a group show featuring the work of Italian photographer Ernesto Bazan and social documentary photographer Magdalena Solé.

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