A month of research between Treviso and the countryside of Parma.
After introducing our 3 fall interns , we wanted to take some time to present to you our brilliant fall fellows: Antonio David Fiore, and Erica Bernardi.
–What is your favorite artwork from the Metaphysical Masterpieces show at CIMA and why?
ADF: Mario Sironi’s urban landscape with a dome. I could stare at it for…
Our fall interns introduce themselves in a short interview with the 3 of them.
“Life never gets boring at Civitella Ranieri: what makes it different from other residences is the balance between time spent working and social activities.” A report on her residency from CIMA-Civitella Fellow Eloisa Morra.
After five wonderful years, I am so pleased to be leaving my position as executive director knowing that CIMA is thriving. CIMA’s 2017-18 exhibition season introduced the fantastical work of Alberto Savinio to new audiences, garnering serious critical engagement from The New York Times, The New York Review of Books, Artforum,…
CIMA Summer Intern Celia Karpatkin reports on the SoHo Arts Network’s outing last week to the Hudson Valley to see Dia:Beacon and Magazzino Italian Art.
Heather Ewing, the inaugural Executive Director of the Center for Italian Modern Art, is stepping down on August 17, after five years with CIMA. Heather began at CIMA in August 2013, before it opened to the public, and collaborated with me in launching the Center and making it the special place that it…
On June 12, 2018, at the tail-end of the Alberto Savinio season, CIMA hosted the inaugural gathering of the CIMA Intern Network (CIN). Seeing the vitality of our intern community, I established this network in early 2018 to connect the wonderful individuals who have come through CIMA. A dozen or so New York-based…
On November 21, 2017, as part of the Alberto Savinio season, CIMA hosted Irving Sandler in conversation with Phong Bui, artist and publisher of the Brooklyn Rail. The two discussed Sandler’s perspectives on the New York art world; the latest volume of his memoirs, Swept Up By Art: An Art Critic in the Post-Avant-Garde Era, published in 2016 by Rail Editions; and his experiences with his mentor, the art historian Robert Goldwater—husband of Louise Bourgeois, whose work was on view in dialogue with Savinio.
CIMA Travel Fellow Valeria Federici describes the making of Forte Prenestino—a former military fort in Rome—into a site for art and activism. This research forms part of her PhD dissertation for Brown University.