Saturday, February 2, 2019

Marcello Mastroianni Photos On Exhibit in Rome

You have another two weeks to catch the exhibition dedicated to the icon of Italian cinema, Marcello Mastroianni. The exhibition traces the extraordinary career of Mastroianni from the beginning with Riccardo Freda in 1948 to his iconic collaborations with Federico Fellini.

Through portraits, mementoes and clips from his films and shows, Mastroianni's life and career are exhibited with alternating images and stories, immersing the viewer in the most recognized face of Italian cinema. The exhibit will be on display until February 17, 2019 at Rome's Ara Pacis Museum. Click here for more information.

Check out this interesting Italian report about the exhibit...




Artist and Filmmaker Nello Petrucci Makes History in NYC

Italian artist and filmmaker Nello Petrucci recently unveiled the largest collage installation by any artist in history. The Essence of Lightness occupies the 45th Floor at 3 World Trade Center in New York and was inspired by the art and culture of his city of Pompeii. Petrucci began his career in film, working with the likes of Martin Scorsese and the Manetti Brothers. He then moved to Naples where he attended the Academy of Fine Arts to study set design. His experience in cinema was ultimately the inspiration which led to his work in the visual arts field. Check out Petrucci’s art and story online at 
https://www.nellopetrucci.com

Marcello Mastroianni Photos On Exhibit in Rome

You have another two weeks to catch the exhibition dedicated to the icon of Italian cinema, Marcello Mastroianni. The exhibition traces th...