“Magazzino Italian Art”–the first space in the United States dedicated exclusively to Italian art from the second half of the 20th century–officially opened to the public last Wednesday, June 28th. An immersion in the green landscape of Cold Spring in New York’s Hudson Valley at Giorgio Spanu and Nancy Olnick’s enchanting warehouse, which opened its doors with the show “Margherita Stein: Rebel With a Cause,” honoring Margherita Stein, one of the pioneers of Italian Arte Povera.
Lo studio di Marisa Merz a Torino. Foto di Renato Ghiazza
Fino al 7 maggio il MET Breuer ospita una delle più grandi retrospettive americane dedicate all’artista Marisa Merz. Per l’occasione abbiamo intervistato il curatore della mostra, Ian Alteveer, che ci ha raccontato l’incantevole mondo che si cela dietro il lavoro di “Marisa Merz. The Sky is a Great space”.
“Living Sculpture,” in aluminum sheeting on view at The MET Breuer
Until May 7, the MET Breuer is hosting one of the largest American retrospectives dedicated to the artist Marisa Merz. For the occasion, we interviewed the show’s curator, Ian Alteveer, who told us about the enchanting world hidden behind Marisa Merz’s work “The Sky is a Great Space.”
The challenge of designing a new home for A.S. Roma, one of the most renowned soccer teams in Italian history, has fallen to American architect Dan Meis. The real estate investment should increase the value of Rome’s southern district Tor di Valle.
"The Brooklyn Barge", The New Yorker, Emiliano Ponzi
What changes when you cross the power of the pen with popular technology? Whatever it is, the marriage seems to bode well for Italian illustrators, as more and more art directors in the editorial world are beginning to recognize the style and originality of everything “Made in Italy.” We discussed this with experts in the field Stefano Imbert, member of the International Board of Directors of the American Society of Illustrators of New York, and Stefano Salis, a journalist for the Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore and an expert in illustration, graphics and design.
Nicolo' De Giorgis "Contrasto Driade" per Fondazione Altagamma
The Altagamma Foundation was born in 1992 to enhance the competitveness of high-end Italian companies operating worldwide in such different markets as fashion, design, jewelry, nautica, hospitality, and food. Two distinctive features bring these vastly different industries together: Italianness and excellence. i-Italy met Altagamma’s Director Stefania Lazzaroni and talked about the history of Altagamma Foundation.
Al via la decima edizione del Crossing the Line Festival (22 Sett- 3- Nov). Organizzata dal FIAF (French Institute Alliance Française) il festival ha visto il supporto degli istituti di cultura tra cui quello italiano. i-Italy ha seguito il debutto newyorkese di una delle menti più innovative del panorama teatrale, Romeo Castellucci con "Giulio Cesare - Pezzi staccati".
Serena Scapagnini is a multifaceted conceptual artist who uses mixed media, such as ink, oil, photographs, and sculptures. Her formal training in literature, semiotics, and history of religions serves as an integral part of her artistic process. Serena was able to bring the sacred and the symbolic into her work between Europe, Asia, and the United States.
We met Doctor Crippa at Eataly during the Grana Padano Cheese Health presentation in which he explained to us the research he has conducted over the last two years on this type of cheese. The results are remarkable, revealing that blood pressure can be notably reduced. Don’t you believe us? Read on to believe it.