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  • The "Premio Piccolo Cafe - Fabrizio Alessandrini" Awards
    Goosebump-worthy photography: a brand new exhibition space is launched in a Manhattan café frequented by Al Pacino and Uma Thurman. Dedicated to emerging young talents, the “Premio Piccolo Café – Fabrizio Alessandrini” awards offer recipients the opportunity to display their work in New York.
  • The Beautiful Cliché by Renato D’Agostin
    An exciting exhibition based on the timeless technique of Venetian glass blowing, Venetian textiles, and photography is currently at the Consulate General of Italy in New York City.
  • Roberto Chierici's photography in Chelsea
    A beard is a personal reflection, a key to confidence, and has undoubtedly transformed throughout history in various cultures. Italian photographer Roberto Chierici has explored today's mentality of beards through a series of photographs- now on display at the Atlantic Gallery in Manhattan.
  • The Radiant Sophia Loren credit: tonyvaccaro.studio
    The Tony Vaccaro Studio in association with the Monroe Gallery of Photography is pleased to present the first NYC retrospective of Tony Vaccaro’s work. Encompassing his images from WWII through the era of mass magazine media to modern day technology, it is a true recognition of one artist's adaptability to countless forms of artistic influence and cultural change.
  • Massimiliano Gatti's new photo exhibition "The Day Memory Dissolved"
    Art & Culture
    Joelle Grosso(October 19, 2016)
    Italian photographer Massimilano Gatti opened up his new exhibition entitled "The Day Memory Dissolved" on Tuesday night at the Italian Academy on the Upper West Side.
  • With upbringings rooted in traditional values, the photographers of postwar Italy considered the landscape to be integral part of their lives and photographic practice. For these photographers, the Italian landscape served as a symbol for life, religion, and their reverence for their homeland. Ranging from the representational to the abstract, their depictions of their surroundings share an inclination towards experimentation with composition, contrast, and repetition.

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