Not Your Usual Morandi

The Italian Maestro Giorgio Morandi is presented in a new light at CIMA. The exhibition focuses on the formative decade of the 1930s and presents rare works alongside contemporary artists Tacita Dean, Wolfgang Laib, Joel Meyerowitz, and Matthias Schaller.

Exploring the Arts in Soho

The Soho Arts Network was born with the mission “to support Soho’s creative history and growing artistic community.” It was initiated by CIMA to combat the misperception that Soho has “lost” its artistic community, by providing a platform for creative collaborations among institutions. Erica Cecilia Blume, CIMA summer intern, took the time to explore some of these spaces.

Depero and the Metropolis

What better idea than that of exposing in our New York City blog of CIMA two paintings by Fortunato Depero that underscore the vivacity and the dynamism of the metropolis. One currently exhibited in the exhibition, Reconstructing the Universe: Italian Futurism 1909-1944 at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (Fig. 1: Grattacieli e tunnel [Skyscrapers and Tunnel]),…