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  • Seeing Through - Marthe Keller & Antonio Scaccabarozzi
    On view until March 16, the two-person exhibit features work from an Italian-born painter and a New York native who hail from different artistic generations, yet both embody the idea of "seeing through" in their works.
  • Italian painter Giovanni dal Ponte, along with Canaletto and his nephew Bernardo Bellotto, are currently on display in Florence and Milan respectively, featuring over 150 pieces of critically acclaimed pieces and less familiar hidden gems.
  • Illustrations by Olimpia Zagnoli
    Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see the works of the most talented contemporary Italian illustrators that are currently on display at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York City until October 26th.
  • Massimiliano Gatti, Rovine di Palmira
    On display from October 14-November 19 at the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America (Columbia University), this exhibition is an artistic perspective on endangered archaeological sites in the Middle East curated by Renato Miracco.
  • The art exhibition “Dynamism and Elasticity: Umberto Boccioni 100” is currently taking place at the United Nations headquarters
    Art & Culture
    Joelle Grosso(October 05, 2016)
    The art exhibition “Dynamism and Elasticity: Umberto Boccioni 100” will be held at the United Nations headquarters in New York from October 3rd to October 7th.
  • Artist Serena Scapagnini
    Art & Culture
    Mila Tenaglia(September 29, 2016)
    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.

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