Every work will propose a new image of Mary and Jesus Christ, faithful to the reality of love between mother and child; but also alluding to universal love and to the divine. Alan Pascuzzi Alan Pascuzzi is a sculptor, painter and art historian who has lived in Florence, Italy for the past 20 years.
A Fulbright scholar with a Ph D in Renaissance art with a concentration on Greek and Roman sculpture and the drawing, painting and sculpting techniques of Michelangelo and other Renaissance masters.
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First Edition 2018 Corrections In our article, "Chiriaco Summit" we reported on page 57, that Chiriaco Summit consists of a motel, in addition to other business establishments. Mary Contini Gordon is the author of "Chiriaco Summit, Built by Love to Last in the Desert." The article is based on her book.
A new motel is projected, exact date to be determined." Letter to the Editor I read with interest the article by Susan Jayne on "Italian Swiss, The Culture and Language of Italy Extends Beyond Her Border." Having lived in Switzerland for several years working for the UN in Geneva, my wife and I traveled extensively in Switzerland including the Canton of Ticino.
“One of Visconti’s most ambitious films…with moments of sublime beauty” (Bilge Ebiri, in the original director’s cut, screening for one week in a brand new 35mm print.
Tickets for Open Roads: New Italian Cinema and the Visconti retrospective go on sale May 18, with Film Society members receiving an early access period beginning May 15.
Being native Italians, we took it for granted that the "Ticinesi" had some affinity for Italians or Italy. They made it very clear to us that they were SWISS, who happen to speak Italian.
It is an amazing country with four official languages, French, German, Italian and Romanch.