The American Academy in Rome has received a $3 million gift from Musa and Thomas Mayer. The donation was made in honor of Musa’s father, artist Philip Guston, a former Rome Prize winner. With the funds, the academy will establish a new fellowship, the Philip Guston Rome Prize in Visual Arts. “When my father was awarded the Rome Prize in 1948, he wa...

The American Academy in Rome has named Garrett Bradley, David Brooks, James Casebere, Sarah Crowner, and John Jesurun as winners of the 2019–2020 Rome Prizes in the category for visual art. A total of 36 Rome Prizes were awarded this year to American and Italian artists and scholars, who receive a stipend plus support to live and work for five to 1...

The American Academy in Rome (AAR) announced that scholar and curator Elizabeth Rodini will join the institution as its next arts director. Rodini succeeds Peter Benson Miller and will begin her three-year term on July 1. Miller will stay on as curator for the academy’s upcoming 125th-anniversary year. “We are thrilled to welcome Elizabeth Rodini a...

Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 7PM EDT. The Metropolitan Club - 1 East 60th Street. New York City. American Academy in Rome Fall Gala. Honoring Robert De Niro, presented by Robert Storr. An evening celebrating the unique interdisciplinary collaboration in the arts and humanities that happens every day at the American Academy in Rome. Gala Co-Chairs:...

Thursday, November 1 / 6–8pm. CIMA (Center for Italian Modern Art - 421 Broome Street - 4th Floor - New York, NY 10013) is proud to host an evening celebrating the fourth edition of The Bridge Book Award, honoring 2018 Italian winners Luciano Funetta, for fiction, and Sandra Petrignani, for non-fiction. Maria Ida Gaeta, director of the Casa delle L...

The American Academy in Rome has announced 29 winners of its annual Rome Prize, for which honorees receive a stipend, work space, and room and board for five months to two years at the Academy’s 11-acre campus, in Rome, to pursue their individual research or area of study. Considered one of the most prestigious awards given to artists and scholars,...

Ha assunto le redini dell’American Academy in Rome, seguendo un florido triennio che ha visto sotto la direzione di Kimberly Bowes, cominciata nel 2014, la presidenza di Mark Robbins e la direzione artistica di Peter Benson Miller, entrambi in carica, l’istituzione americana diventare uno degli avamposti culturali più interessanti e all’avanguardia...

On November 16, 2017, the Italian Cultural Institute of New York hosted a rare conversation. Four artists — two Americans, one Italian-American and one Italian — have discussed their experience as Fellows at the American Academy in Rome. Carl D’Alvia, Tomaso De Luca, Jackie Saccoccio and Nari Ward, together with Giuseppe Stampone and Eugenio Tibald...

Vacanze in famiglia: come evitare la folla e scoprire sia l’Italia storica sia quella moderna? La meta da non perdere è l’Emilia Romagna, con le prelibatezze di Parma (dal Prosciutto al Parmigiano), i mosaici paleocristiani di Ravenna, Bologna con la sua avvincente storia raccontata dal Museo della Città e ancora l’arte con la A maiuscola a Ferrara...

When: Opening Novembre7 at 6pm - On view from November 8 to December 5, 2017 - Monday through Friday 10am to 5pm - Where: Italian Cultural Institute of New York The exhibition is organized in collaboration with the American Academy in Rome, and curated by Christian Caliandro. It is a creative dialog between American and Italian artists, raising fro...