La mostra “Dante ipermoderno. Illustrazioni dantesche nel mondo, 1983-2021” propone un percorso rappresentativo delle fasi più recenti della grande storia delle illustrazioni di opere dantesche in epoca contemporanea. Le nove serigrafie di Tom Phillips uniscono l’immediatezza pop a una raffinata ricerca evocativa, a tratti perfino informale. I dipi...

When: Wednesday, April 21, 2021 At 11:00 am - Entrance : Free - A Zoom webinar with Dr. Dagmar Korbacher (Director, Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin State Museums) and Dr. Furio Rinaldi (Curator, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco) To mark the 700th anniversary of Dante Alighieri’s death, the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco, in collaboration...

Two different ways of (re)viewing Dante. Canticle 21 is the contemporary art project that was launched thanks to a joint effort by MAECI and the Ministry of Culture to promote research regarding the visual arts. Within this initiative, a special section is devoted to the Poet. This section is made up of five projects inspired by Dante’s persona, wo...

Dante Alighieri is making news around the world, 700 years after his death, particularly in Italy where is a national icon. Born in Florence in 1265, the mediaeval poet and philosopher would become known as the Father of the Italian language thanks to his epic work, The Divine Comedy. But why exactly did La Divina Commedia make such an indelible im...

Italy celebrates Dante Alighieri, the mediaeval poet and philosopher known as the Father of the Italian language, with the second edition of Dantedì on 25 March. The annual national celebration takes place as Italy marks the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante, with more than 100 events in his honour planned across the country. Oscar-winning ac...

From Thursday, March 25, 2021 to Wednesday, April 21, 2021. Organized by Italian Cultural Institute in Los Angeles with Bonobolabo/Marco Miccoli, under the auspices of the Consulate General of Italy in Houston and in collaboration with City of Ravenna. Entrance: Free Virtual tour of a collective exhibit organized in Ravenna, where the tomb of Dante...

Welcome to the "Stanze Italiane": a new web platform created by the Italian Cultural Institute of New York. This project will feature new contributions on art, literature, music, design and landscape. The first "Stanza" is dedicated to Dante on the 700th anniversary of his death The promotion and dissemination of Italian culture in the world has no...

An allegory of human life exhibited in a visionary trip through Christian afterlife, the Divine Comedy was written to steer a corrupt society into the path righteousness. Dante is guided by Roman poet Virgil through hell (Inferno) and purgatory (Purgatorio), and later by his love Beatrice through heaven, in this long narrative poem regarded as one...

Naples continues to celebrate the 700th anniversary of Dante Alighieri, the Father of the Italian language, in its own unique way. After creating Dante figurines for Christmas cribs, the southern Italian city is now devoting an out-sized Easter tradition to the Supreme Poet, reports Italian newspaper La Repubblica. Master chocolatiers at the histor...

The Italian Heritage and Culture Committee - New York, Inc. (IHCC-NY) celebrates the genius of Dante Alighieri, the great medieval poet and philosopher. On the afternoon of March 25, a reading of excerpts from the Divina Commedia (Divine Comedy) will be presented at the Dante Statue at Dante Park, positioned in front of Lincoln Center at 63rd Stree...