Alfa Romeo has committed to becoming an all-electric brand by 2027, and to do that it will obviously need to introduce at least some new models in the short-to-medium term. This week, the company’s CEO announced one of those will be a new all-electric crossover. The yet-to-be-named EV will be larger than the Italian brand’s current Stelvio, a midsi...

It’s tempting to view great art through the prism of contemporary events, and that’s especially true in the case of the Cleveland Museum of Art’s big spring exhibition on the work of Alberto Giacometti. A Swiss modernist who spent much of his career in 20th-century Paris, Giacometti is known chiefly for sculptures of gaunt, shell-shocked human figu...

The Italians make some of the best cars in the world – not necessarily for their build quality, but in terms of driving feel and automotive soul. Sometimes they get a bit carried away with their descriptions and performance figures, but this just adds to their cars’ awesomeness. Italian concept cars – like their production counterparts – are amongs...

When you’re craving a European escape, rest assured that you don’t have to dig out your passport and hop on a plane. Nevada is home to its very own little slice of Italy hiding among the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip. The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian is a premier shopping experience that’ll make you feel as if you’ve been transported...

Six years after the launch of Levante’s first SUV, Maserati has announced the launch of Levante’s younger brother Grecale, which will go on sale in the second half of the year. According to the Italian manufacturer at an exhibition in Milan, this model is intended for cars competing with the Porsche McCann, BMW X4 or Mercedes GLC style. The SUV is...

Today’s tales and the tones with which Pier Paolo Calzolari narrates his art enable the fresh and remarkable landmarks of his outstanding career, in both Europe and North America.  Until April 23rd, Marianne Boesky Gallery is hosting the exhibition Painting as a Butterfly, the artist’s first solo show in the United States since 2017. This exhibitio...

“The pleasure of cooking, of taking care of oneself and others at the table is a social act.” This is the manifesto sentence structuring the exhibition itinerary of the new exhibition “GUSTO! Italians at the table. 1970-2050” at the M9 museum in Mestre. Curated by Massimo Montanari – professor of Food History at the University of Bologna and founde...

Artistic ferment bubbled in Italy in the late 1400s and early 1500s, but despite the later idealization of that period as the Renaissance, it was also a time of extreme violence. As the armies of Spain, France, and the Holy Roman Empire battled to control the peninsula, Machiavelli was devising his brutal ideas about political science, and Leonardo...

A group of companies in the Italian textile industry, headed by RadiciGroup, has created the first spacesuit for analogue simulation fully designed and engineered in Italy for the Space Medicine Operations (SMOPS) Mars mission. This endeavour was promoted and organized by Mars Planet — the Italian chapter of the Mars Society headquartered in the pr...

The Cleveland Museum of Art presents “Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure,” a new exhibit open now until June 12, 2022 in The Kelvin and Eleanor Smith Foundation Exhibition Hall.  Co-organized by the Fondation Giacometti in Paris and the Cleveland Museum of Art, “Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure” illuminates Alberto Giacome...