The dark wood in which Dante awakens at the beginning of Inferno may stand for many things; the condition of spiritual widower is certainly a plausible candidate.
This year marks the 2000th anniversary of the death of Roman emperor Augustus.
Fifty years after the filming of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s The Gospel According to St. Matthew, the city of Matera is hosting an ambitious multimedia exhibition about him.
A ruthless devourer of life pulls a contemplative sad-sack out of his puddle and into the terror and bright lights of the highway of appetites.
Crowd-sourced and giddy, photographer JR adorns the Panthéon with selfies.
The Italian literary prize is announced in a splendid Renaissance building that looks like an elegant betting parlor.
The mix of Italian flair in this exhibition attains a gyroscopic stability.
Beautifully shot and stirringly acted, this film tells story of four comatose women, and the controversies surrounding them.
One of the writers appearing at this year’s festival remained mysterious—but was she one of the actors who appeared to read her books in her place?
Broad physical comedy, beautiful singing, strutting romanaccio, the supertitled Italian musical is back in New York after fifty years.
The most famous Italian rock star you’ve never heard of is joined onstage by Sting, Nile Rodgers and Sam Moore.