Chef Adam Dulye: How american craft beer can elevate food

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Adam Dulye, Executive Chef for the Brewers Association, the not-for-profit trade association dedicated to small and independent American craft brewers, is one of the world’s leading experts on beer and food pairings and the author of The Beer Pantry. Here, he explains how to cook at the intersection of craft beer and great food: “Pairing American craft beer with food…

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Migration, solo exhibition by Carlo Rocchi Bilancini in New York


Next February 28th at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò at New York University will take place Migration, a solo exhibition by the Italian photographer Carlo Rocchi Bilancini. Curated by Carol Borelli, this is Rocchi Bilancini’s first exhibition in New York an it will be on view from February 28 through March 23. Rocchi Bilancini has always had an affinity for the mysterious, transformative…

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International Rare Awareness Day: special powers for special people

22q Music Journey between art and science. International Rare Awareness Day

February 28th is the International Rare Awareness Day.  People around the world virtually and physically gather together to and show their support to families and patients who are affected by Rare Diseases.  On this day, the patients themselves celebrate their rareness and “Love their Rare Disease!”. Here is some basic data on rare diseases: Today there are 7,000-8,000 rare diseases…

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British Museum, Sicily: culture and conquest


Sicily: culture and conquest 21 April 2016 – 14 August 2016 The largest island in the Mediterranean. The home of Mount Etna. A cultural centre of the ancient and medieval world. Sicily has been shaped by waves of conquest and settlement by different peoples over 4,000 years. Since the 7th century BC, Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs and Normans all…

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London. Renato Guttuso: Painter of Modern Life

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Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, London Renato Guttuso Painter of Modern Life 14 January – 4 April 2015 Renato Guttuso (1911-1987) is one of Italy’s most widely respected modern painters. Towards the end of the 1930s his powerful brand of expressionist realism vividly conveyed the angst of a generation which wanted its art to reflect and engage with the…

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Francesco Vezzoli’s Teatro Romano at MoMa PS1

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Francesco Vezzoli: Teatro Romano – On view October 26, 2014–March 8, 2015   Drawing on extensive research about the use of color in antiquity, Italian artist Francesco Vezzoli (b. 1971) has collaborated with a team of archaeologists, conservators and polychrome specialists to paint five ancient Roman busts in the manner in which they would originally have been decorated. While white…

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Met: an Italian Masterpiece restored

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On the night of October 6, 2002, the pedestal supporting Adam by Tullio Lombardo gave way, and the Venetian Renaissance sculpture fell to the floor, shattering into pieces. While damage to any artwork is just about the worst thing that could happen in a museum, this was particularly catastrophic, as the sculpture is among the most important works of art…

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Brick Museum in Marsciano: simple and unique as the Italian traditions

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by Benedetta Tintillini   Why should we visit a Museum of Bricks? Bricks are used to realize buildings and have nothing to do with culture, art, beauty. Nothing could be further from the truth. I realize it as soon as I enter the first rooms of the Museum. The brick is a fundamental component of human life, from when man…

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Met: Assyria to Iberia at the Dawn of the Classical Age

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At its height in the eighth to seventh century b.c., the Assyrian Empire was the dominant power of the ancient Near East and the largest empire the world had yet seen, reaching from Assyria (present-day northern Iraq) to the Mediterranean. As Assyria expanded, the Phoenician city-states of the Levant—precariously located along the edge of Assyrian territory—were compelled to expand and…

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Highly Recommended: Emerging Sculptors


MEIJER GARDENS’ ARTPRIZE EXHIBITION FEATURES EMERGING SCULPTORS FROM AROUND THE WORLD The group exhibition “ Highly Recommended : Emerging Sculptors” includes work from talented sculptors across the globe and will remain on display through January 4, 2015.   GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., — September 5, 2014 — Coinciding with the sixth annual ArtPrize competition, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park will…

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Palestrina – The Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia


by Benedetta Tintillini   One of the rarest and most valuable examples of how the spectacular Hellenistic architecture took root within the Roman Empire, although integrated and amplified by the Roman taste and building techniques, the sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia at Praeneste, now Palestrina, lies on the slope of a hill and offers the visitor a huge thrill. The building…

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Castelbuono: a village out of time

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by Benedetta Tintillini   Few steps from world-famous and frequented destinations such as Assisi or Bevagna, or contemporary and glamorous sites as the Carapace of Arnaldo Pomodoro, lies the small town of Castelbuono , a village where, walking, you wouldn’t be surprise to meet an elf or a fairy. At an altitude of 400m above sea level, the inhabitant are…

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