Paolo Gentiloni, EU Commissioner of Economy, spoke with the US-Italy Forum while in Washington D.C. (at the Johns Hopkins, SAIS), on April 13, 2023. He remarked on EU support for the Covid Recovery Program and EU cohesion with Ukraine, among other headline topics.
Miart, Milan’s international modern and contemporary art fair, organised by Fiera Milano and directed by Nicola Ricciardi opened today. Crescendo is the title andthe keyword of the 27th edition. In fact, the number of participating galleries increased (169 from 27 countries), the international exhibitor roster grew by 40%, prizes and acquisitions doubled. At miart 2023, […]
The National Gallery of Art in Washington DC presents Going through Hell: The Divine Dante, a look at how the poet’s masterwork has influenced artists down the ages. Drawing from the Gallery’s own collection, this intimate exhibition opens with a large allegorical portrait of the artist sitting at […]
From Washington DC_ During this interview, Dr. Jensen and Julie discuss about Russian disinformation campaigns in Italy. With his expertise, Dr. Jensen sheds light on tactics, techniques, and strategies adopted by the Kremlin to disrupt Western liberal democracies, with a focus on the Italian political landscape. Dr. Donald […]
THE WASHINGTON NATIONAL OPERA In 1956, the sound of opera rang out in DC, heralding the birth of a new company. More than six decades and countless artistic leaps later, Washington National Opera continues to move boldly forward on the great adventure that began years ago in […]
A major retrospective of Venice’s beloved artist Vittore Carpaccio is now open at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. The exhibition, Vittore Carpaccio: Master Storyteller of Renaissance Venice, is the first retrospective of his work outside Italy and runs from November 20, 2022 – February 12, […]
The Phillips Collection in Washington DC introduces America to the work of Italian artist, Giuseppe De Nittis in the exhibition, “An Italian Impressionist in Paris: Giuseppe De Nittis” on view Nov 12, 2022–Feb 12, 2023. De Nittis was from the City of Barletta in Puglia and many of the […]
How did geopolitics – COVID in 2020, the war in the Ukraine in 2022, and other crises – affect Italy’s highest profile companies, which represent 7.4% of Italian GDP? How have Altagamma’s three pillars of development fared under Lunelli’s leadership: sustainability, digital engagement, and international expansion?
An exhibition at Magazzino Italian Art in New York’s scenic Hudson River Valley showcases the ecological art of Piero Gilardi. Gilardi, a member of the radical Arte Povera movement in the 1960s, began creating a series of “nature carpets” in response to Rachel’s Carson’s Silent Spring. The goal […]
Above: Installation photography of Sargent, Whistler and Venetian Glass: American Artists and the Magic of Murano, Smithsonian American Art Museum, 2021, Courtesy of Smithsonian American Art Museum; Photo by Albert Ting. Washington DC_The Smithsonian American Art Museum revisits Venice at the turn of the 20th-century in Sargent, Whistler, and Venetian Glass: […]