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    Mila Tenaglia(September 29, 2015)
    A hundred years after Alberto Burri’s birth and 35 years since his last American exhibition, the Guggenheim Museum of New York pays homage to one of the most influential artists in the 20th century art with a major retrospective.
  • The Italian Cultural Institute in New York recently showcased two remarkable installation pieces by Italian artist and receiver of this year’s Gotham Prize, Daniele Puppi. We had the opportunity to discuss with him these works of “re-animated cinema”, the concept behind them, his inspiration and his take on the experimental art scene in New York.
  • Massimiliano Gioni
    A curator of art exhibitions specializing in contempora-ry art, Gioni is the artistic director of the New Museum here in New York as well as the artistic director of the Nicola Trussardi Foundation in Milan, the city where he was born and raised. Last year he was the curator of the Venice Biennale.
  • FuturismMusic: a musical performance by pianist and composer Daniele Lombardi for the series of events dedicated to the exhibition "Italian Futurism, 1909-1944: Reconstructing the Universe" at the Guggenheim. A performance filled with visual art, music, and futuristic atmosphere.
  • Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan.
    The Guggenheim Museum is hosting, from November 4th to January 22nd, the exposition Maurizio Cattelan: All, curated by Nancy Spector. The retrospective is a collection of some of Cattelan’s most significant pieces.
  • Terna, Italy’s major Energy Transmission Operator, and the Chelsea Art Museum announced an exhibition of artwork by Italian artists that were awarded the first Terna Prize for Contemporary Art. "Transmitting Energy: A Contemporary Metaphor - Winners of the Terna Prize for Contemporary Art" on display at the Chelsea Art Museum 6/25–7/12