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  • The Italian American Writers Association (iawa) authors Maria Lisella and poet and performance artist, Frank Messina on Saturday, January 17 at Cornelia St. Café, 29 Cornelia St. in New York City’s Greenwich Village,; or 212-989-9319. The reading takes place from 5:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. and kicks off with Open Mic readings of five minutes followed by the featured writers.
  • Events: Reports
    S. P.(November 06, 2014)
    Thursday, November 13th at 6PM Vittima degli eventi (Victim of Circumstance) the web movie based on Dylan Dog, the nationally acclaimed Italian comic strip published by Sergio Bonelli, premieres at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò in New York City.
  • Professor, Robert C. Morgan: “While many sculptors focus on their materials in a literal way, Tao Kulczycki chooses to transform his materials into metaphors of the human condition. At the same time, he is exacting and precise in the manner he constructs these metaphors using various assortments of found objects.”
  • Zucchero, one of Europe's best-selling artists, has released his latest album, La Sesión Cubana, on February 18th via Manhattan Records and this spring he is touring the U.S. and Canada. In occasion of a presentation on PBS of his concert Live in Havana-La Sesion Cubana, recorded in 2012, he attended a conversation about his music and extraordinary career, led by Stefano Albertini, Director of Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimo, and Letizia Airos, editor in Chief of i-Italy... fun anecdotes abounded.
  • Art & Culture
    Natasha Lardera(February 03, 2014)
    The Longest Journey: the deportation of the Jews of Rhodes, by filmmaker Ruggero Gabbai and based on research conducted by Liliana Picciotto and Marcello Pezzetti, is a documentary that weaves together testimonies of three Jews who have survived Auschwitz – Stella Levi, Sami Modiano and Albert Israel. The film was presented at Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimo in collaboration with the Primo Levi Center as part of the program dedicated to the International Holocaust Remembrance Day
  • The Criterion Collection has now published a box set that contains three of the films the celebrated couple made together. Stromboli, Europe ’51, and Journey to Italy couldn't be classified as neorealism or melodrama and were not welcomed by the critics, yet they are masterpieces that everybody should see. The box was announced at Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò during a special presentation moderated by David Forgacs, NYU. Panelists included Antonio Monda, NYU, Kim Hendrickson, The Criterion Collection, and Ingrid Rossellini.
  • The last time this drawing was seen by a crowd was 98 years ago. Yet Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimo had the privilege to showcase it for a day before its auction on November 5th at Christie's. The drawing doesn't simply portray a car in motion, it is testament to an era.
  • Between his first and his second concerts in New York City, Italian singer and songwriter Biagio Antonacci had a chance to stop by Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò at New York University for a chat. Casa Italiana’s director, Stefano Albertini, and I-Italy’s founder and editor in chief, Letizia Airos, sat down with the star and asked questions that went beyond the surface.
  • At Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo', Massimiliano Finazzer Flory proposes his version of "Pinocchio. The story of a puppet," written by Collodi in 1881. The show is a combination of narration, acting, dance and piano music that travels through the most important parts of the novel.