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  • From the left, Maestro Roberto Scarcella Perino and Maestro Giuseppe Bruno at Casa Italiana. Photo Credit Shushu Chen
    Accomplished Italian composer in residence at NYU, Roberto Scarcella Perino, graced the audience with the US premiere of his “Piano Sonata No. 3” played by virtuoso pianist Giuseppe Bruno along with other pieces from the maestro's repertoire.
  • On view until Feb. 23, NYU’s Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò presents an iteration of the photographic exhibition ReSignifications, which focuses on the study, understanding and celebration of black bodies. Synchronized with the occasion of Black History Month here in the US, the exposition is rooted in an Italian and European context.
  • Chiara Sarteanesi curator of the Fondazione Palazzo Albizzini Collezione Burri, and Vittorio Calabrese, Director of Magazzino Italian Art and the Olnick Spanu Art Program
    From October 26 through December 8, 2017, NYU's Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò is hosting the exhibition "Burri-Posters," a unique collection that spreads new light on the historiography of Italian artist Alberto Burri. During the opening we had the chance to interview Chiara Sarteanesi, current curator of the Fondazione Palazzo Albizzini Collezione Burri of Città di Castello, the foundation that organized the exhibition, along with the sponsors Magazzino Italian Art and entrepreneur Maurice Kanbar.
  • Actor Richard Gere in conversation with Giovanna Calvino and Director of NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, Stefano Albertini. Photo by Shushu Chen
    Hosted by New York University’s Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, Richard Gere, the award-winning Hollywood actor, performed a reading from Italo Calvino’s new English adaptation of 'The Baron in the Trees.' After the lecture the popular actor commented on the book and on his passion for Italian writer Italo Calvino, in conversation with Stefano Albertini, Director of Casa Italiana, and Calvino's daughter, Giovanna Calvino.
  • Love clothes or not, everyone wears them. However, the apparel industry can be guilty of unethical and harmful business practices that affect many vital human and environmental issues. Thankfully, people like Simone Cipriani of the Ethical Fashion Initiative are making a difference.
  • Don Primo Mazzolari (Cremona 1890-Bozzolo 1959)
    Pope Francis at the tomb of Don Mazzolari, archpriest of Bozzolo, the priest whose books were withdrawn from the Holy Office. The same trip on which he also pays homage to Don Milani, the Prior of Barbiana. An attentive and sincere reflection that connects Pope Francis and the unheard prophet Don Mazzolari. The sensibility of two men coming from the suburbs, who, at different moments in history, knew how to open the windows and doors of the Church to the Spirit that constantly renews and transforms it.
  • Don Primo Mazzolari - (Cremona 1890-Bozzolo 1959)
    Papa Francesco sulla tomba di Don Mazzolari, arciprete di Bozzolo, il sacerdote i cui libri furono ritirati dal Sant'Uffizio. Nello stesso viaggio in cui rende omaggio anche a Don Milani, priore di Barbiana. Un'attenta e sentita riflessione che accomuna Papa Francesco e il profeta inascoltato, Don Mazzolari. La sensibilità di due uomini venuti dalle periferie che in momenti storici diversi hanno saputo aprire le porte e le finestre della Chiesa allo Spirito che costantemente la rinnova e la trasforma.
  • @ Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò
    Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò continues to act as a bridge between Italy and America by offereing a point of reference for the Italian Culture in New York. The institution, which is situated in the heart of the West Village, presents a wide array of cultural, musical, political, and artistic events. Have you ever gone to one of these events? Do you speak Italian and wish to know more about the Italian culture? Do you follow the live streams on Facebook? Casa Italiana is conducting a survey to know more. Please take 10 minutes of your time and respond to the questions.
  • 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.

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