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Italian Modern Art Jul 15
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Pictured here: Alberto Savinio. “Penelope,” 1933. Tempera on canvas. Private Collection, Milan.
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Italian Modern Art Jul 19
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Pictured here: "Charlie," 2003, MOCA, Tricycle, steel, varnish, rubber, resin, silicone, natural hair, and fabric. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Gift of Beth Swofford in honor of Klaus Biesenbach
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Italian Modern Art Jul 16
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He lead an isolated life, wandering between the Ruta, San Fruttuoso di Camogli and Santa Margherita Ligure. His main subject is the landscape surrounding Portofino. Pictured here: "La Scogliera," ('The Bluff') 1906
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Italian Modern Art Jul 19
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Also, Baldasso will be talking about Malaparte and about his recent work next Monday, July 22nd at 3:30 (Italy time) on Fahrenheit at
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Italian Modern Art Jul 17
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Italian Modern Art Jul 18
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Become a CIMA member today and enjoy the opportunity to partake in these special tours at partner institutions around New York, for FREE!
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Italian Modern Art Jul 10
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It currently consists of 28 member institutions, and we are proud to be one of them! Check it out!
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Lauren Cerand Mar 26
In related news, can’t wait to launch Books’ new volume of poems by de Chirico, in English & Italian, with a night of words & music at in SoHo this spring. If you haven’t been yet, swing by for a stellar exploration of art & ideas 🇮🇹
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Italian Modern Art 50m
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He stated: «Il linguaggio dell'anima è sconosciuto finché non diviene pittura» (the soul's language is unknown until it becomes painting) Pictured here: "Sterlizia"
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Italian Modern Art Jul 12
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