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  • Michelangelo: A Life on Paper
    In Leonard Barkan's new study, "Michelangelo: A Life on Paper", fragments of poetry and image details point to the artist's rich interior life. Interdisciplinary research and enlightened discussion show how Petrarch, Dante, Donatello and Leonardo informed and inspired Michelangelo's hand.
  • A new book explores the life of Marta Abba (1900-1988) - acclaimed actress of the Italian and American stages and Luigi Pirandello's muse. A discussion and reading of the pair's letters took place at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò on November 19th.
  • Baronessa Zerilli-Marimò, Professor Stefano Albertini (standing), Cardinal Renato Martino
    Life & People
    LETIZIA AIROS(November 10, 2010)
    A festive celebration marked the most anticipated cultural anniversary of the year: Casa Italiana’s twentieth birthday. A film depicting its history, a concert, and a gala dinner honored the best place in New York for Italian culture
  • Riccardo Strano, Director of the Italian Government Tourism Board, and Arianna Zanelli, Secretary General of the Associazione Città e Siti Italiani UNESCO
    On June 4 the Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò hosted the inauguration of the exhibit "Il Paesaggio Descritto. UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Italy", a collection of 44 shots of 44 different Italian UNESCO Heritage Sites by photographer Luca Capuano. Whether you are an American fond for Italy, an Italian who is lonesome for his country of origins, a photography buff or even a historian, we assure you that you'll find a reason to fall in love with it!
  • 'I want this to become a home for all of those who love Italy in New York". Interview with Professor Stefano Albertini, Director of the Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimo', on the eve of the institution's 20th Anniversary. The Casa will close this successful year with two exceptional events and is getting ready to celebrate its important milestone with an exciting, interesting and varied range of initiatives. Read more about it in the article and get ready to live a new intense cultural year in the Italian workshop of NYU!
  • Events: Reports
    Julian Sachs(April 01, 2010)
    March offered us new and old productions at the Met, the reprise of "Madama Butterfly" at New York City Opera, and two Muti programs with the Philharmonic. April promises lots of gems, with the Met's new "Armida", the farewell to Zeffirelli's "Traviata", and two Pollini recitals at Carnegie Hall.

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