Leonardo da Vinci’s depiction of Jesus entitled Salvator Mundi (Savior of the World) has been sold for record $450 million (380 million euros) at Christie’s auction house in New York, making it the most expensive artwork ever.
The Galleria Ca’ d’Oro in New York presents the extrasensory experience Beyond the Matter by the Florence born visual artist Michelangelo Bastiani.
An event and an exhibition at the Embassy of Italy in Washington DC to remember the 1966 Florence flood.
Friends of the Uffizi Gallery’s Restoration of 16th Century Valois Tapestries Announced at Christie’s.
According to Conde Nast Johansen, luxury tourists prefer New York, Florence, Paris and Rome as their top destinations.
Creation of the Florence International Mediation Chamber, a service offered by the Florence Chamber of Commerce with high standards and a unique location overlooking one of the most picturesque corners of Florence.
An exhibit celebrating 19th century Italian masters of the Macchiaioli movement opened Friday October 3, 2014, at the Italian Cultural Institute of New York.
It was opened yesterday in New York a new section of ANPS, the National Association of Italian State Police. It ‘s the first based in the United States and the third outside of Italy, after Toronto and Melbourne. The ceremony was held in the Palais des Nations, at the presence of the Consul General of Italy in New York, Natalia Quintavalle.
Some Italian policemen with their American colleagues celebrated the anniversary of Columbus Day. This twinning was renewed for the eighth consecutive year. Arrived from Florence, Rome, Genoa (the birthplace of Christopher Columbus), Naples, Arezzo, Pescara, Avellino and Enna the Italian policemen were invited to numerous events organized by the Italian-American communities of New Jersey, New York and Boston.