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  • Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art and curator Francesco Bonami, with the collaboration of the Italian Cultural Institute of Chicago and its Director Tina Cervone, have given the American public the opportunity to view the works of Italy’s most influential and exciting artists of the last forty years in an exhibition titled Italics: Italian Art Between Tradition and Revolution 1968-2008. (November 14 – February 14, 2010.) “Italics” is one of the largest exhibits ever organized in Chicago dedicated to contemporary Italian art.
  • Naples Untitled (Napoli sensa titolo) opened at the Italian Cultural Institute of Chicago on November 5, 2009. Italian Cultural Institute director Tina Cervone, General Consul of Italy in Chicago Alessandro Motta, and Cultural Commissioner of Naples Nicola Oddati, introduced the exhibit and spoke about its connection to The International Forum of Cultures, which will host a conference in the City of Naples in 2013.