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Concluso Thu May 16 2013Thu May 16 2013
PETITE GEMS: Salvatore di Vittorio & Chamber Orchestra of New York

PETITE GEMS: Salvatore di Vittorio & Chamber Orchestra of New York

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Concluso Thu May 16 2013Thu May 16 2013
LIVING PONTI STYLE

Experiments in domestic living and architectural spaces in which to live and work. Gio Ponti’s residences The exhibition presents a collection of furniture and a series of letters, family photographs, and videos that exemplify the modernity of Gio Ponti, a key figure of 20th century design. Architect and designer, founder of “Domus” and “Stile” magazines […]

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Concluso Mon May 13 2013Mon May 13 2013
ITALY AFTER THE ELECTION: AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE

A conversation between Maurizio Molinari (American Correspondent, La Stampa) and Sergio Fabbrini (Director, School of Government of LUISS, Rome). Following its general election, Italy still finds itself at an impasse; the formation of any stable governing majority appears nearly impossible. At the same time, the country is in the midst of one of its most […]

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Concluso Thu May 09 2013Thu May 09 2013
THE HOME OF HEARTBEATS

Book presentation and exhibition Seguso Seguso, the renowned Murano Company producing glass since 1397, along with the Italian Cultural Institute host a very special evening on Thursday, May 9 from 6 pm – 8pm with Mr. Giampaolo Seguso, Murano glass artist, poet and philosopher. Giampaolo Seguso is the 22nd generation of the Seguso glassmaking dynasty, […]

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Concluso Wed May 08 2013Wed May 08 2013
THE HOTEL COLORS

Written by Eliza Bent Directed by Anna Brenner

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Concluso Tue May 07 2013Tue May 07 2013
TIME IS NO MONEY.

IDLENESS, WORK AND SLOWNESS IN MIDDLE-EUROPEAN LITERATURE. A lecture by Claudio Magris Claudio Magris, celebrated writer and expert of Middle-European literatures, was born in 1939 in Trieste, a town at the crossing of Italian, German and Slavic cultures. Always interested in the social and ethical function of literary writing, Magris is among the most eloquent […]

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Concluso Thu May 02 2013Thu May 02 2013
GEPPY PISANELLI – NO MAN’S LANDS

Kips gallery is pleased to present Terre di Nessuno (No Man’s Lands) an exhibition of recent paintings by Italian artist Geppy Pisanelli who has lived and worked in New York since 2007. This will be the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery and his third solo show in New York. The opening reception will […]

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Concluso Thu May 02 2013Thu May 02 2013
SNOWING STYROFOAM

Veronica Santi curator for Spazio 522 Gallery is proud to present Snowing Styrofoam, an exhibition featuring Italian artists Nick Petruccelli and Verdiana Patacchini, both in their debut in the New York art scene. Reading the landscape of cities and embroidering new textures of world, Nick Petruccelli makes its paintings glueing industrial scraps and leather mixed […]

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Concluso Tue Apr 30 2013Tue Apr 30 2013
NEWS FROM THE EXCAVATION

Presentation and Screening Movie A strange, forty-something man, ironically nicknamed “the Professor”, lives the wretched life of an all-round servant in a shady house of high-class call girls in Rome. He starts visiting one of the prostitutes who has been hospitalized after an attempted suicide. A delicate story ensues between these two.This story, on which […]

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Concluso Thu Apr 25 2013Thu Apr 25 2013
LIBERATION ANNIVERSARY

Film screening and panel discussion To commemorate the April 25 anniversary of Italy’s Liberation from Nazi Germany, the Italian Cultural Institute will host a film screening of Luigi Comencini’s “Tutti a casa”, featuring Alberto Sordi, and Guido Chiesa’s “Il partigiano Johnny”, based on the eponymous novel by Beppe Fenoglio. In addition to the anniversary of […]

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