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  • The contribution of the Italians to the world does not stop at art and literature and the proof of this is provided in the form of the exhibit “150 Anni di Genio Italiano- Innovazioni che Cambiano il Mondo” (150 years of Italian Genius-Innovation Changing the World) which is currently on view at the Italian Cultural Institute of New York. It is not in anyway a collection of scientific discoveries or scholarly research, instead on display are everyday objects, invented by Italians, with whose invention daily life has been facilitated or improved, and the way we do, see or use things has been forever changed
  • 11 settembre 2011 a New York. Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata ricorda
    On September 11, 2011 the Consulate General of Italy in New York has commemorated the tenth anniversary of the 2001 World Trade Center terrorist attacks with Italian and Italian-American residents in the USA. The Ambassador of Italy to the US was kind enough to speak with us and share some of his opinions on September 11 and its aftermath.
  • The Ambassador of Italy to the United States Hon. Giulio Maria Terzi di Sant'Agata will attend a special ceremony held for all the Italian and Italian-American victims of the terrorist attacks that changed history.
  • Alain Elkann, Italian novelist, intellectual, and journalist, gave an inspiring lecture at the Jewish Museum in NY, on June 23rd 2011 analyzing the most important Italian Jewish authors and embarking on a cultural “mission” to spread awareness about what’s a defining movement in Italy. The event was organized by the Italian Cultural Institute in New York
  • Art & Culture
    A.B.(May 12, 2011)
    An eventful week for art lovers. Caravaggio's "La Buona Ventura" (The Fortune Teller) on display at the Italian Cultural Institute until Sunday. And at Hunter College the symposium "Caravaggio's Gypsy Fortune Teller: Virtude and Vices in Post-Tridentine Italy"