Una testimonianza da un Amico del CIMA: 5 Maggio / A testimony from one of CIMA’s friends: May 5

“Se esisto è anche perché il 5 maggio del 1945 fu liberato il campo di sterminio di Mauthausen dove mio padre fu deportato.

Al loro arrivo i soldati americani non si aspettavano l’orrore che si parò davanti ai loro occhi: i vivi sopravvissuti avevano l’aspetto di scheletri ricoperti di pelle. Le SS avevano pensato bene,…

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CIMA Members Visit The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum – Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future

Written by CIMA Spring intern, Elisa Pellegrini.

On March 19th, CIMA members were invited to visit the exhibition entitled Hilma af Klint: Painting for the Future, on view through April 23, 2019 at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. The group had the chance to attend a private tour led by the curatorial assistant David Horowitz.

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Members Only Tour Of Andy Warhol at the Whitney – Spring 2019

written by 2018-2019 CIMA intern, Jiayi Gu

Undefeated by the bone-chilling morning on March 5th, 2019, CIMA members, fellows and staff gathered at the Whitney Museum of American Art, awaiting an in-depth tour of “Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again” guided by the exhibition’s curator Donna De Salvo (Deputy Director for International Initiatives…

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A tour of Andy Warhol’s ‘Shadows’ with Neil Printz and Jessica Morgan

Written by Joanna Zotti, CIMA fall 2018 intern.

On December 4th, 2018, CIMA members, fellows, and staff were warmly welcomed for a private morning tour of the Dia Art Foundation’s exhibition dedicated to Andy Warhol: Shadows, displayed at a specially built-out gallery space at Calvin Klein, Inc.’s headquarters (205 West 39th street, in Manhattan). The…

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CIMA Members Explored New Definitions of Neorealism at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery

Written by CIMA fall intern Nicole Boyd.

For audiences in Italy and the US alike, the term “neorealism” most often brings to mind cinematic masterpieces, affecting films of the mid-twentieth century – such as Roberto Rosselini’s Roma città aperta (Rome, Open City) and Vittorio de Sica’s Ladri di biciclette (Bicycle Thieves) – that portray…

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