Contemporarte by Museo Italo-americano, SF – starting Sep 29

EXHIBITORS: • Valerio Adami• Vasco Ascolini• Enrico Baj• Piero Brolis• Paolo Buggiani• Sandro Chia• Francesco Clemente• Lucio Del Pezzo• Bruno Di Bello• Piero Dorazio• Omar Galliani• Giuseppe Gattuso Lo Monte• Renato Guttuso• Nino Longobardi• Alberto Magnelli• Luciano Monti• Mimmo Paladino• Gianfranco Pardi• Giovanni Ragusa• Italo Scanga• Carlo Sismonda• Emilio Tadini• Giuseppe Uncini• Sergio Vacchi• Giuseppe […]


A Look at the Latest Italian Design Trends: Sustainability, Innovation & Emotion – Sep 21st at INNOVIT

A panel discussion featuring leading Italian furniture and textile designers on current design trends and approaches with a focus on sustainability, innovation and emotional impact. Some iconic furniture design samples will also be on display. How is eco-friendly furniture designed and produced? What kinds of recyclable materials can be used? How essential are research and […]


Museo Italo Americano in SF presents the new exhibit (Mar 1 – Sep 11 2022): “Rhapsody”

SERENA BOCCHINOSerena’s lively and lyrical abstract paintingencompasses two decades of artmaking. Her diverse range of artistry explores music’s lyricism, melody, and rhythm through soft and loud abstract imagery, while simultaneously incorporating representational movements analogous to dance. KARA MARIAKara’s work reflects on Earth’s biodiversity crisis and the place of animals in our increasingly unstable environment. She […]

Art Others

“Where did all the girls go?” – 04/28 online with Museo Italo-Americano, SF

Illustrated lecture by artist, curator, and instructor Tricia Grame who discusses the evolution of the image of the female body in art and its enduring cultural impact on art history, ancient symbols, female identity, the collective belief systems about women, their prescribed position in society and throughout history.  Tricia Grame is an artist, curator and educator, who […]

Art Science and Technology

Created in Italy: an aptitude for the impossible

The Italian touring exhibit, Created in Italy – An Aptitude for the Impossible, will make its first overseas appearance at the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco, in the new INNOVIT – Italian Innovation and Culture Hub. The exhibit, which focuses on the landscape of Italian industry, features some of the most outstanding examples of new […]

Art Cinema and Photography

Cerri: the art of two generations – Museo Italo-Americano, SF

October 22, 2021 – February 20, 2022 Giancarlo and Giovanni Cerri’s exhibition is an ideal opportunity for a comparison between this father and son, two quite different Milanese artists in their themes and expressive language. Giancarlo started out as a figurative artist focusing mostly on the theme of nature. His painting progressively evolved – in […]

Art Others

New Italian exhibit at the Fresno County Heritage museum

The Fresno County Heritage Museum will be open during the Big Fresno Fair, from October 6 through October 17. The Fresno County Historical Museum is open year round by appointment. During the annual Big Fresno Fair the Museum is open daily until 8 p.m. The Italian Exhibit is at the first floor. Below are two photos depicting […]


LAST SUPPER IN POMPEII: FROM THE TABLE TO THE GRAVE. A special exhibition at the Legion of Honor museum, SF

Where: Legion of Honor museum, Lincoln Park \ 100 34th Avenue, San Francisco When: May 7, 2021 – August 29, 2021 This exhibition is conceived and developed by the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, and is organized by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco in collaboration with the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli and the Parco Archeologico […]

Art Science and Technology

OTTO OGGETTI – A Brief History of Italian Design Told Through Eight Objects

The 5th edition of Italian Design Day (IDD) will take place in 100 cities all over the world. The theme chosen for this edition, Design and Materials: The New Sustainability of “Made in Italy,” will be expressed with particular attention to sustainability by 100 “Italian design ambassadors” – architects, designers, academics, business people, critics, communicators – who will bring […]