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  • Fatti e Storie
    Tommaso Cartia(February 22, 2017)
    Giuseppe Cicero è un giovane dentista italiano di grande talento, passione e determinazione. La sua è una storia molto particolare. Vi parliamo infatti dell’Oral3D, la sua rivoluzionaria stampante impiegata nell’ambito della rigenerazione dell’osso del cavo orale, della sua ferma decisione di stabilirsi a New York, dei suo social media e di tanto altro.
  • For the upcoming March 2 initiative aimed at promoting an important sector of Italian creativity, the Italian Cultural Institutes of New York and Los Angeles are hosting world-famous architects to mark the occasion.
  • Il 14 febbraio il Time Warner Center di New York accoglie il sesto summit di "Italy Meets the USA”. L'evento, organizzato da Fernando Napolitano, presidente di IBII - The Italian Business & Investment Initiative in collaborazione con EY - Ernst & Young e l'American Chamber of Commerce, vede riuniti imprenditori, banchieri, finanzieri ed economisti italiani e americani. Lo scopo è quello di potenziare il rapporto delle imprese italiane con il mercato statunitense.
  • Directors of two Captain America films, Russo Bothers
    Recognized for their Marvel blockbusters and popular TV show "Arrested Development," the Russo Brothers credit their success to the support of their parents, and their Italian-American roots. To provide new opportunities in the film industry, the two brothers have joined with NIAF and ISDA to award $7,500 for rising filmmakers to produce new documentaries defining Italian culture in the United States.
  • Dining in & out: From Eataly Magazine
    EATALY MAGAZINE(January 12, 2017)
    During these short, dark days, nature has granted us a bright, delicious boon: citrus!
  • "The Brooklyn Barge", The New Yorker, Emiliano Ponzi
    Art & Culture
    Mila Tenaglia(January 08, 2017)
    What changes when you cross the power of the pen with popular technology? Whatever it is, the marriage seems to bode well for Italian illustrators, as more and more art directors in the editorial world are beginning to recognize the style and originality of everything “Made in Italy.” We discussed this with experts in the field Stefano Imbert, member of the International Board of Directors of the American Society of Illustrators of New York, and Stefano Salis, a journalist for the Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore and an expert in illustration, graphics and design.

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