Laura Mattioli and David Leiber walk through ‘Albers and Morandi: Never Finished’

CIMA President and Founder Laura Mattioli walks through the ongoing exhibition Albers and Morandi, Never Finished at David Zwirner in NYC;   Watch the video here:


What made you become interested in Art History?

My interest didn’t come so soon, certainly not as a vocation. After high school, I had the great opportunity to start my Bachelor in Humanities in Venice, and the city was in a sense the one who guided me towards art history, in an immersive and powerful…

Franco Baldasso’s pandemic video reportage

After March 13, 2020, when CIMA was forced to close its doors due to the public health crisis, we called on past fellows to reflect on their experience at CIMA, what they were currently working on, and how they were dealing with the strict lockdown.

Enjoy Franco Baldasso’s testimony in two parts here.

PART 4 of our online tour of Marino Marini: Arcadian Nudes

With our spaces closed, we continue our online tour of the current exhibition, Marino Marini: Arcadian Nudes. 

Pomona, 1941: 

This life-size sculpture constitutes a ‘point of arrival’ for Marini’s research before the fracture in his artistic production, caused by the war experience and his self-exile in Switzerland.  This bronze, once again, has a very belabored surface,…