"After the 'Women of New York' exhibition, I felt compelled to pay tribute to the amazing men I have met in the past eight years who have enriched my life in countless ways," Marlene Luce Tremblay said. For this exhibition, she selected 11 men whom she has come to know, since they moved to this city from countries of all over the world
Many museums celebrate Giorgio De Chirico's art in New York. Usually they prefer to exhibit just the Metaphysical phase of the painter, ignoring the latest period of his art, except for Spencer and Print Collections and CIMA, where until June 24th there's an exhibition of all De Chirico art
In her last book "Italian Style: Fashion and Film from Early Cinema to the Digital Age", Eugenia Paulicelli sheds a new light on the interrelation between fashion and cinema. An analysis of the individuality of the dive and their innovative way of wearing and displaying clothes, from the end of the 19th century to today.
During the Fascist regime, don Primo Mazzolari, a thorn in the side of the regime, was monitored him closely. Within the Resistance, he was a moral guide and a logistical resource for the Partisans of his region, promptly making him a target of the Nazi-Fascists. His message is timely: “God doesn’t care about our skin color, language or religion, if we live on the equator or at the Pole, […] he looks only at the Man.”
Until July 9, the Museum of Fine Arts of Boston hosts the exhibition "Botticelli and the Search of Divine" with thirty works by the Italian painter that focuses on Botticelli's visual poetry and his different styles during the years, from mythological subjects to religious ones
This conference attempted to galvanize attention for their Sustainable Development Goal 14, which calls to save oceans, seas, and marine resources for sustainable development. Afterwards, a declaration was signed, but would that be enough and on time?
In the latest iteration of the Business Italian Style 2 project – in collaboration with the Inserra Chair in Italian and Italian American Studies at Montclair State University – a group of students pursuing Italian major explored the connections between Made in Italy and sustainability. Dino Borri, general manager of Eataly North America, helped them understand how respecting the environment and promoting Made in Italy worldwide can go hand in hand.
by Kathleen Lafaurie, Christina Pari, Brittany Savill
As part of the Business Italian Style 2 project, a group of Montclair State University students met Andrea Illy, third generation to helm the family business founded in Trieste in 1933. The company spreads Italian culture coffee around the world and has made quality its banner. And where there is quality, explained Andrea Illy, there is sustainability.
Her business centers around food, yet Lidia Bastianich is much more than a chef: famous television personality, entrepreneur with restaurants throughout the U.S., her own private label, and Eataly USA partner. To a group of Montclair State University students who interviewed her as part of the Business Italian Style 2 project, promoted by the Inserra Chair, she said that it all began with her grandmother and a farm full of animals.
by Rosemarie Di Filippo, Oscar Guevara Perez, Rosanna Hill, Cheryl Yodice
Just opened in the Greenwich Village, Tfor is a new culinary experience created by owner Tommaso Roncari and chefs Stefano Crialesi and Riccardo Di Rocco, to bring together all Mediterranean flavors in one menu, specializing in raw fish.
She is a real advocate for the fight against Italian sounding and expert in sustainable cooking. The Apulian private chef Antonella Ricco founded Cookita NYC, an NGO promoting healthy and high-quality food. But, she also likes the typical New York dishes!