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This interview is part of a series on Trailblazing Women role models (Entrepreneurs and Leaders) from around the world.
New Yorkers have a rare chance, through August 10, to see a full-cast production of David Edgar's intriguing Pentecost.
It's fun to get off the beaten path when filming our TV series. The show we're doing now is all about not going to Venice -- instead, we're visiting nearby places we're calling "sotto-estimato"... underestimated: Verona, Padova, and Ravenna.
Virtually simultaneously, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Getty Center have unveiled major exhibitions celebrating the legacy of two towering figures of Italian art.
Christmas is upon us, and what better way to celebrate then by shuffling through a slideshow of Jesus in all of his many
Art restorers working on one the most famous frescoes painted by Renaissance painter Giotto di Bondone in the Basillica of
The Holy Shroud of Turin, one of the most venerated objects of the Christian faith, was in fact the work of the great Italian
AD: There is no one genre- I try to avoid genres. I like maverick directors, Joseph Losey, Haneke, Fassbinder, Apichatpong