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  • For the upcoming March 2 initiative aimed at promoting an important sector of Italian creativity, the Italian Cultural Institutes of New York and Los Angeles are hosting world-famous architects to mark the occasion.
  • What do Americans think of Italian design? We asked one of the best-known and most provocative practitioners in the field, Gaetano Pesce. Here he reflects on the deeper meaning of design as a comment on reality both innovative and experimental. Though his concepts were initially new to an American public, it has always appreciated Italian design, particularly the radical brand promulgated by Pesce, since, as he puts it, “Diversity is one of the great qualities of our current moment and as individuals we are responsible for one another.” Naturally, we took advantage of the opportunity to ask him about his latest projects, too…
  • Season07 episode20 Trailer
    Our exclusive documentary entitled "The guardians: Hero and Superhero. From Vermont to Bryant Park 2 statues designed by Antonio Pio Saracino Pulse Contemporary Art Fair: Tales from Italy to New York For Her: a special jewelry exhibition in Chelsea by Artist Gaetano Pesce Sunday, 1:00 pm on NYCLife Channel 25 (HD Ch 525)
  • Meet the New Italians of New York
    Events: Reports
    R. C.(February 11, 2016)
    This year sees the start of a new series of networking events promoted by the Consulate General of Italy in New York for young Italians residing in the Tri-state area.
  • Maestro of Italian design Gaetano Pesce invites us into his atelier-studio in Soho. Our conversation touches upon the work that has earned him international renown, and the fine line between art, architecture, and design. “Error is a big part of being human. Men and women are meant to be different from machines, not to be perfect. Error, and misdeed, and imperfection. People are wrong to try to do things perfectly. They say that error is vile and evil, but I don’t see it that way. What’s evil is repeating one’s errors.”