- DECEMBER 2013 -
- Native Americans
- Apulian Americans
- Italian Monuments
in New York
- New York - New York
- Italian American World
- Let’s Eat Italian
- New York Exhibitions
- The beautiful West
by Nancy Clare Caponi In Santa Barbara, in California, a personal exhibition by the Sicilian-American artist on the urban landscape of the most important cities in the U.S.A.
The magnificent structures by architects like Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier “animated” by their combination with natural elements.
Only twenty minutes a day to capture the special light of twilight November 2013
by Pietro Marino From New York to Australia, the “futuristic” project by Maia Marinelli, a young artist from Bari, is a “kinetic sculpture” that has been selected for “Sculpture by the Sea”, an international art exhibition held in March on Perth’s beaches April 2013
by Pietro Marino “All” at the Guggenheim in New York; an exhibition wholly dedicated to his works.
Provocation and irony for an extraordinary interpretation of the meaning of life December 2011
by Paola Marino The Apulian artist and university lecturer has been granted the privilege of producing a work inside the apartment in Manhattan that used to belong to William Burroughs, on whose death it was acquired by the Italian American poet John Giorno. Burrough’s domestic world revealed by means of lighting and special effects November 2011
by Tiziano Thomas Dossena One December morning, in 1989, Sicilian artist Arturo Di Modica placed it furtively in front of the Stock Exchange.
Nowadays it is one of the city’s main attractions, a real mascot for the brokers June 2011
by Tiziano Thomas Dossena The artist’s paintings on display in New York next to the photos from which they were taken. The photographic sets were mounted with impeccable attention to the details.
His extraordinary capacity to render the atmosphere of an epoch. His commitment to civil rights behind an apparent naivety April 2011