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  • On April 19, Italian entrepreneur and author, Tiziana Rocca, launched the english version of her new book titled,"Supermom: A Guide to Kids, Family, Career, and Having it All" at The Consulate General of Italy in New York.
  • Interview with Umberto Vattani, President of the Italian Trade Commission. According to him, Italian food not only tastes good, but is good. The simplicity of Italian food- -take the best ingredients and do very little to them—is what makes it so appealing and a much more natural way to eat. He has a plan to sent Italian chefs into schools and universities in the United States to teach about Italian food and products.
  • Events: Reports
    ALICE BONVICINI(January 25, 2011)
    Italy remains solidly the number one exporter of wine in America and Vino2011, the three-days showcase organized by the Italian Trade Commission, is a testament to this grandeur
  • Art & Culture
    BENEDETTA GRASSO(December 06, 2010)
    From November 30 to December 18 2010 at Center 548, in Chelsea, the exhibit Perchance to Dream brings together an Italian icon, dancer Roberto Bolle and imaginative artist Robert Wilson as an opportunity to promote Italian design
  • Milan Furniture Fair, honor its 50th in New York from November 29 through January 8. Along with the presentation by twenty Italian design companies, there will be some cultural spaces of certain artistic and media value. During the first event, in Scavolini Showroom, we had a pleasant chat with ITC’s president Ambassador Umberto Vattani. Following are some interesting points he made
  • The Milan Furniture Fair will be in New York from the end of November to promote Italian design, art, and culture, and to celebrate its 50th anniversary. "Leonardo’s Last Supper: A Vision by Peter Greenaway" will be on exhibit. Robert Wilson will present a series of video portraits featuring famed Italian ballet dancer Roberto Bolle. Twenty Italian furniture showrooms will host an “Italian Christmas” at their retail locations. The events are co-sponsored by Federlegno Arredo (the Italian federation of wood, cork, furniture, and furnishing manufacturers), COSMIT (organizer of the Milan Furniture Fair since 1961), ITC (Italian Trade Commission), and the Italian Ministry of Economic Development