We are excited to welcome our two new Spring Fellows—Sophia Farmer and Fabio Cafagna—to CIMA, as part of our Giorgio de Chirico and Giulio Paolini season. They join Maria Bremer and Giovanni Casini, who have been here since September.
The Center for Italian Modern Art is working on a special project to bring new life to the 1927 book, Depero Futurista, a landmark of graphic design and avant-garde bookmaking, created by the Italian Futurist Fortunato Depero (1892-1960).
Each year CIMA’s fellows select a favorite work from the exhibition and prepare a short video presentation. Enjoy these Giorgio Morandi videos!
On October 30, 2014, the Center for Italian Modern Art held the first program of its Medardo Rosso season: a symposium exploring Rosso’s approach to serial sculpture, focused on the Bambino ebreo.
Tacita Dean spoke with Massimiliano Gioni about her work, which is on view at CIMA as part of the Giorgio Morandi exhibition, in an event celebrating her new book, Buon Fresco. She currently has a large show at the Marian Goodman Gallery in New York, until April 23.
The Center for Italian Modern Art recently celebrated the second anniversary of its opening to the public, with a special evening featuring a “culinary intervention” by Chef Turi Scalora and an in-depth-look at Giorgio Morandi’s double-sided painting, Cactus and Self-Portrait (1919/1917).
We recently welcomed our new Spring Fellows: Nicol Mocchi and Nicola Lucchi! We are so excited to have them join us for the second half of our Giorgio Morandi season. For their CIMA fellowship, they are each working on research projects related to the critical fortunes of Giorgio Morandi in the United…
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Last month the American photographer Joel Meyerowitz captivated visitors to CIMA with a talk on his most recent project, Morandi’s Objects. A selection from this series is on view currently at CIMA in connection with the Giorgio Morandi installation.
This year, for the twelfth edition of Open House New York, the event that opens the doors of hundreds of New York’s most architecturally and culturally significant spaces, with guided tours, lectures and performances, the Italian Center for Modern Art welcomed over 350 visitors.