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  • Michelangelo: A Life on Paper
    In Leonard Barkan's new study, "Michelangelo: A Life on Paper", fragments of poetry and image details point to the artist's rich interior life. Interdisciplinary research and enlightened discussion show how Petrarch, Dante, Donatello and Leonardo informed and inspired Michelangelo's hand.
  • Interview with Umberto Vattani, President of the Italian Trade Commission. According to him, Italian food not only tastes good, but is good. The simplicity of Italian food- -take the best ingredients and do very little to them—is what makes it so appealing and a much more natural way to eat. He has a plan to sent Italian chefs into schools and universities in the United States to teach about Italian food and products.
  • Events: Reports
    ALICE BONVICINI(January 25, 2011)
    Italy remains solidly the number one exporter of wine in America and Vino2011, the three-days showcase organized by the Italian Trade Commission, is a testament to this grandeur
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    A.B.(January 13, 2011)
    ENIT organized in New York a meeting with experts of the Mediterranean diet, not only a healthy culinary regime, but an intelligent way to travel around the Bel Paese
  • ENIT, the National Tourism Agency. A delegation of the Region Lazio in town to present the new initiatives of the land. Stefano Zappalà, Minister for Tourism and Marketing, underlined the launching of a new portal of the Region: www.ilmiolazio.com
  • Luciano Testa and Gino Baia
    At the Italian Cultural Institute the show "Nativity in the World/ from Naples to New York", the exhibit of Neapolitan crèches brought by Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe. "This art is life, Naples is a vital city, a cultural capital of the world throughout the centuries" - said Consul general Francescò Maria Talò at the opening
  • MoMA celebrates legendary Italian filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci with a retrospective of his work. Showing through January 12th, the program includes screenings of iconic masterpieces "The Conformist" and "Last Tango in Paris" in newly restored prints.
  • Filomena Maria Sardella and Luciano Testa
    The exhibit "Nativity in the World/ from Naples to New York" opens up at the Italian Cultural Institute. "The presepe is something new based upon tradition, something new which can create work force today" says the curator -Filomena Maria Sardella- who also stresses the message of hope embedded in this show. For Giuseppe Reale, Director of Museo Arci,"in a city and land so affected by individualism and fragmentation, the presepe, as a choral activity, which can help the reconstruction". The masterpieces of contemporary presepio art will be, along with older ones, on view until January 18. We met Luciano Testa, Master Artisan of the Presepe for the last 25 years

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