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New York's Best Italian-Inspired Art Galleries and Exhibits

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There are few things more beautiful than the Italian countryside. Over the years, Italian artists have captured the romanticism and splendor of the destination through their works of art, whether its contemporary sculpture or traditional canvas painting. While you may not be able to visit the inspiration itself, if you're in New York you can easily stop by any one of these art galleries to catch a glimpse their collections and and maybe even take a piece home.

Photo Courtesy of the Center for Italian Modern Art
Best Permanent Location — Center for Italian Modern Art

With its goal of promoting the public appreciation and research of Italian art, the Center for Italian Modern Art (CIMA) is a great destination for experiencing the best of what Italian and Italian-American artists have created.

From October 17, 2014 until June 27, 2015, CIMA will be hosting a Medardo Rosso exhibit of sculptures, experimental photography and drawings by the popular modernist. And, for any exhibits held at CIMA, guided tours are available Friday and Saturday at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. by appointment only.

Center for Italian Modern Art
421 Broome Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10013
(646) 370-3596

Photo Courtesy of the Italian American Museum
Best Current Exhibit — Napoli: A Photographic Exhibition By Janine Coyne

Photojournalist Janine Coyne's exhibit Napoli: A Photographic Exhibition is currently being shown at the Italian American Museum. While spending time amongst Napoli's residents, Coyne snapped a collection of beautiful photos that represent life in the Italian city while taking viewers on an exploration through incredible historic locations. Subjects include Herculaneum, Spaccanapoli, Ischia Ponte and more.

Running until October 13, 2014, those interested in visiting the Italian American Museum for Napoli: A Photographic Exhibition should act quick.

Italian American Museum
155 Mulberry Street
New York, NY 10013
(212) 965-9000

Photo Courtesy of Primavera Gallery
Best Gallery to Buy Italian Arts — Primavera Gallery

Including paintings, decorative pieces, jewelry and furniture that spans across major movements, Primavera Gallery offers one of the most robust artistic experiences in New York. In fact, the gallery's collection is so good that museums have borrowed from the location, including The Museum of Modern Art, Taft Museum, the Los Angeles Museum of Art and many more. While it might not necessarily compete with the likes of the Met or Guggenheim, Primavera Gallery has one exceptional aspect to it: pieces from its collection are for sale.

With a focus on 20th and 21st century Italian and French design, this is one of those places that's practically impossible to not find something to love.

Primavera Gallery
210 11th Avenue, Floor 8
New York, NY 10001
(212) 924-6600


Through the creative digital expression of the endless iterations and multiple dimensions of fractals, Geometric Properties explores fundamental mathematical patterns to stimulate existential self reflection and emphasize the pure wonderment of being. Embark upon a cinematic journey where the sheer beauty of mathematics, nature and architecture coincide to inspire introspection and awe.

This audio-visual installation created with artist Julius Horsthuis presents a new existence: an immersive, eternal reality removed from the complexities of the everyday. Within this reimagined world, we are free to visualize ourselves within the larger whole. Visitors are taken on an exploration through our recent past and Horsthuis’s ideal future, one that returns to the intersection of nature and math as our source of inspiration.

Julius Horsthuis

Julius Horsthuis is a Dutch visual and fractal artist who combines his years of experience with visual effects and passion for computer graphics to create cinematic animations. With a background in film, his passion for fractal art and artificial intelligence allows Horsthuis to be the creator of his own world.

Horsthuis works with the software mandelbulb3d to uncover iterative complex formulas that are generated by the computer to produce the unmeasurable structures that are fractals.

An award winning artist, Horsthuis’ work has been featured in the Academy Award winning “Manchester by the Sea” (Lonergan, 2016) and the most VFX-heavy film in the Netherlands: “Koning van Katoren” (Sombogaart, 2012). His recent work has included collaborations with visual artists Android Jones and musical artists, ODESZA, Meshuggah, Tigran Hamasyan and Birds of Paradise.

Horsthuis considers his art – “a journey of discovery”, as he uncovers to the eye of the viewer the immensely unique fractal reality. Using fractals to create sci-fi type worlds is something of an outlier when it comes to visual art or motion graphics.

The installation features original soundtracks by David Levy and Michael Stearns. Original work from ARTECHOUSE’s creative team with Fractal Lab by Simon Alexander-Adams and Corrugated Origami pieces exploring principles of fractals by Ray Schamp will be on display alongside Julius Horsthuis’s focal piece.


Through the creative digital expression of the endless iterations and multiple dimensions of fractals, Geometric Properties explores fundamental mathematical patterns to stimulate existential self reflection and emphasize the pure wonderment of being. Embark upon a cinematic journey where the sheer beauty of mathematics, nature and architecture coincide to inspire introspection and awe.

This audio-visual installation created with artist Julius Horsthuis presents a new existence: an immersive, eternal reality removed from the complexities of the everyday. Within this reimagined world, we are free to visualize ourselves within the larger whole. Visitors are taken on an exploration through our recent past and Horsthuis’s ideal future, one that returns to the intersection of nature and math as our source of inspiration.

Julius Horsthuis

Julius Horsthuis is a Dutch visual and fractal artist who combines his years of experience with visual effects and passion for computer graphics to create cinematic animations. With a background in film, his passion for fractal art and artificial intelligence allows Horsthuis to be the creator of his own world.

Horsthuis works with the software mandelbulb3d to uncover iterative complex formulas that are generated by the computer to produce the unmeasurable structures that are fractals.

An award winning artist, Horsthuis’ work has been featured in the Academy Award winning “Manchester by the Sea” (Lonergan, 2016) and the most VFX-heavy film in the Netherlands: “Koning van Katoren” (Sombogaart, 2012). His recent work has included collaborations with visual artists Android Jones and musical artists, ODESZA, Meshuggah, Tigran Hamasyan and Birds of Paradise.

Horsthuis considers his art – “a journey of discovery”, as he uncovers to the eye of the viewer the immensely unique fractal reality. Using fractals to create sci-fi type worlds is something of an outlier when it comes to visual art or motion graphics.

The installation features original soundtracks by David Levy and Michael Stearns. Original work from ARTECHOUSE’s creative team with Fractal Lab by Simon Alexander-Adams and Corrugated Origami pieces exploring principles of fractals by Ray Schamp will be on display alongside Julius Horsthuis’s focal piece.


Through the creative digital expression of the endless iterations and multiple dimensions of fractals, Geometric Properties explores fundamental mathematical patterns to stimulate existential self reflection and emphasize the pure wonderment of being. Embark upon a cinematic journey where the sheer beauty of mathematics, nature and architecture coincide to inspire introspection and awe.

This audio-visual installation created with artist Julius Horsthuis presents a new existence: an immersive, eternal reality removed from the complexities of the everyday. Within this reimagined world, we are free to visualize ourselves within the larger whole. Visitors are taken on an exploration through our recent past and Horsthuis’s ideal future, one that returns to the intersection of nature and math as our source of inspiration.

Julius Horsthuis

Julius Horsthuis is a Dutch visual and fractal artist who combines his years of experience with visual effects and passion for computer graphics to create cinematic animations. With a background in film, his passion for fractal art and artificial intelligence allows Horsthuis to be the creator of his own world.

Horsthuis works with the software mandelbulb3d to uncover iterative complex formulas that are generated by the computer to produce the unmeasurable structures that are fractals.

An award winning artist, Horsthuis’ work has been featured in the Academy Award winning “Manchester by the Sea” (Lonergan, 2016) and the most VFX-heavy film in the Netherlands: “Koning van Katoren” (Sombogaart, 2012). His recent work has included collaborations with visual artists Android Jones and musical artists, ODESZA, Meshuggah, Tigran Hamasyan and Birds of Paradise.

Horsthuis considers his art – “a journey of discovery”, as he uncovers to the eye of the viewer the immensely unique fractal reality. Using fractals to create sci-fi type worlds is something of an outlier when it comes to visual art or motion graphics.

The installation features original soundtracks by David Levy and Michael Stearns. Original work from ARTECHOUSE’s creative team with Fractal Lab by Simon Alexander-Adams and Corrugated Origami pieces exploring principles of fractals by Ray Schamp will be on display alongside Julius Horsthuis’s focal piece.


Through the creative digital expression of the endless iterations and multiple dimensions of fractals, Geometric Properties explores fundamental mathematical patterns to stimulate existential self reflection and emphasize the pure wonderment of being. Embark upon a cinematic journey where the sheer beauty of mathematics, nature and architecture coincide to inspire introspection and awe.

This audio-visual installation created with artist Julius Horsthuis presents a new existence: an immersive, eternal reality removed from the complexities of the everyday. Within this reimagined world, we are free to visualize ourselves within the larger whole. Visitors are taken on an exploration through our recent past and Horsthuis’s ideal future, one that returns to the intersection of nature and math as our source of inspiration.

Julius Horsthuis

Julius Horsthuis is a Dutch visual and fractal artist who combines his years of experience with visual effects and passion for computer graphics to create cinematic animations. With a background in film, his passion for fractal art and artificial intelligence allows Horsthuis to be the creator of his own world.

Horsthuis works with the software mandelbulb3d to uncover iterative complex formulas that are generated by the computer to produce the unmeasurable structures that are fractals.

An award winning artist, Horsthuis’ work has been featured in the Academy Award winning “Manchester by the Sea” (Lonergan, 2016) and the most VFX-heavy film in the Netherlands: “Koning van Katoren” (Sombogaart, 2012). His recent work has included collaborations with visual artists Android Jones and musical artists, ODESZA, Meshuggah, Tigran Hamasyan and Birds of Paradise.

Horsthuis considers his art – “a journey of discovery”, as he uncovers to the eye of the viewer the immensely unique fractal reality. Using fractals to create sci-fi type worlds is something of an outlier when it comes to visual art or motion graphics.

The installation features original soundtracks by David Levy and Michael Stearns. Original work from ARTECHOUSE’s creative team with Fractal Lab by Simon Alexander-Adams and Corrugated Origami pieces exploring principles of fractals by Ray Schamp will be on display alongside Julius Horsthuis’s focal piece.


Through the creative digital expression of the endless iterations and multiple dimensions of fractals, Geometric Properties explores fundamental mathematical patterns to stimulate existential self reflection and emphasize the pure wonderment of being. Embark upon a cinematic journey where the sheer beauty of mathematics, nature and architecture coincide to inspire introspection and awe.

This audio-visual installation created with artist Julius Horsthuis presents a new existence: an immersive, eternal reality removed from the complexities of the everyday. Within this reimagined world, we are free to visualize ourselves within the larger whole. Visitors are taken on an exploration through our recent past and Horsthuis’s ideal future, one that returns to the intersection of nature and math as our source of inspiration.

Julius Horsthuis

Julius Horsthuis is a Dutch visual and fractal artist who combines his years of experience with visual effects and passion for computer graphics to create cinematic animations. With a background in film, his passion for fractal art and artificial intelligence allows Horsthuis to be the creator of his own world.

Horsthuis works with the software mandelbulb3d to uncover iterative complex formulas that are generated by the computer to produce the unmeasurable structures that are fractals.

An award winning artist, Horsthuis’ work has been featured in the Academy Award winning “Manchester by the Sea” (Lonergan, 2016) and the most VFX-heavy film in the Netherlands: “Koning van Katoren” (Sombogaart, 2012). His recent work has included collaborations with visual artists Android Jones and musical artists, ODESZA, Meshuggah, Tigran Hamasyan and Birds of Paradise.

Horsthuis considers his art – “a journey of discovery”, as he uncovers to the eye of the viewer the immensely unique fractal reality. Using fractals to create sci-fi type worlds is something of an outlier when it comes to visual art or motion graphics.

The installation features original soundtracks by David Levy and Michael Stearns. Original work from ARTECHOUSE’s creative team with Fractal Lab by Simon Alexander-Adams and Corrugated Origami pieces exploring principles of fractals by Ray Schamp will be on display alongside Julius Horsthuis’s focal piece.


Through the creative digital expression of the endless iterations and multiple dimensions of fractals, Geometric Properties explores fundamental mathematical patterns to stimulate existential self reflection and emphasize the pure wonderment of being. Embark upon a cinematic journey where the sheer beauty of mathematics, nature and architecture coincide to inspire introspection and awe.

This audio-visual installation created with artist Julius Horsthuis presents a new existence: an immersive, eternal reality removed from the complexities of the everyday. Within this reimagined world, we are free to visualize ourselves within the larger whole. Visitors are taken on an exploration through our recent past and Horsthuis’s ideal future, one that returns to the intersection of nature and math as our source of inspiration.

Julius Horsthuis

Julius Horsthuis is a Dutch visual and fractal artist who combines his years of experience with visual effects and passion for computer graphics to create cinematic animations. With a background in film, his passion for fractal art and artificial intelligence allows Horsthuis to be the creator of his own world.

Horsthuis works with the software mandelbulb3d to uncover iterative complex formulas that are generated by the computer to produce the unmeasurable structures that are fractals.

An award winning artist, Horsthuis’ work has been featured in the Academy Award winning “Manchester by the Sea” (Lonergan, 2016) and the most VFX-heavy film in the Netherlands: “Koning van Katoren” (Sombogaart, 2012). His recent work has included collaborations with visual artists Android Jones and musical artists, ODESZA, Meshuggah, Tigran Hamasyan and Birds of Paradise.

Horsthuis considers his art – “a journey of discovery”, as he uncovers to the eye of the viewer the immensely unique fractal reality. Using fractals to create sci-fi type worlds is something of an outlier when it comes to visual art or motion graphics.

The installation features original soundtracks by David Levy and Michael Stearns. Original work from ARTECHOUSE’s creative team with Fractal Lab by Simon Alexander-Adams and Corrugated Origami pieces exploring principles of fractals by Ray Schamp will be on display alongside Julius Horsthuis’s focal piece.


Through the creative digital expression of the endless iterations and multiple dimensions of fractals, Geometric Properties explores fundamental mathematical patterns to stimulate existential self reflection and emphasize the pure wonderment of being. Embark upon a cinematic journey where the sheer beauty of mathematics, nature and architecture coincide to inspire introspection and awe.

This audio-visual installation created with artist Julius Horsthuis presents a new existence: an immersive, eternal reality removed from the complexities of the everyday. Within this reimagined world, we are free to visualize ourselves within the larger whole. Visitors are taken on an exploration through our recent past and Horsthuis’s ideal future, one that returns to the intersection of nature and math as our source of inspiration.

Julius Horsthuis

Julius Horsthuis is a Dutch visual and fractal artist who combines his years of experience with visual effects and passion for computer graphics to create cinematic animations. With a background in film, his passion for fractal art and artificial intelligence allows Horsthuis to be the creator of his own world.

Horsthuis works with the software mandelbulb3d to uncover iterative complex formulas that are generated by the computer to produce the unmeasurable structures that are fractals.

An award winning artist, Horsthuis’ work has been featured in the Academy Award winning “Manchester by the Sea” (Lonergan, 2016) and the most VFX-heavy film in the Netherlands: “Koning van Katoren” (Sombogaart, 2012). His recent work has included collaborations with visual artists Android Jones and musical artists, ODESZA, Meshuggah, Tigran Hamasyan and Birds of Paradise.

Horsthuis considers his art – “a journey of discovery”, as he uncovers to the eye of the viewer the immensely unique fractal reality. Using fractals to create sci-fi type worlds is something of an outlier when it comes to visual art or motion graphics.

The installation features original soundtracks by David Levy and Michael Stearns. Original work from ARTECHOUSE’s creative team with Fractal Lab by Simon Alexander-Adams and Corrugated Origami pieces exploring principles of fractals by Ray Schamp will be on display alongside Julius Horsthuis’s focal piece.


Through the creative digital expression of the endless iterations and multiple dimensions of fractals, Geometric Properties explores fundamental mathematical patterns to stimulate existential self reflection and emphasize the pure wonderment of being. Embark upon a cinematic journey where the sheer beauty of mathematics, nature and architecture coincide to inspire introspection and awe.

This audio-visual installation created with artist Julius Horsthuis presents a new existence: an immersive, eternal reality removed from the complexities of the everyday. Within this reimagined world, we are free to visualize ourselves within the larger whole. Visitors are taken on an exploration through our recent past and Horsthuis’s ideal future, one that returns to the intersection of nature and math as our source of inspiration.

Julius Horsthuis

Julius Horsthuis is a Dutch visual and fractal artist who combines his years of experience with visual effects and passion for computer graphics to create cinematic animations. With a background in film, his passion for fractal art and artificial intelligence allows Horsthuis to be the creator of his own world.

Horsthuis works with the software mandelbulb3d to uncover iterative complex formulas that are generated by the computer to produce the unmeasurable structures that are fractals.

An award winning artist, Horsthuis’ work has been featured in the Academy Award winning “Manchester by the Sea” (Lonergan, 2016) and the most VFX-heavy film in the Netherlands: “Koning van Katoren” (Sombogaart, 2012). His recent work has included collaborations with visual artists Android Jones and musical artists, ODESZA, Meshuggah, Tigran Hamasyan and Birds of Paradise.

Horsthuis considers his art – “a journey of discovery”, as he uncovers to the eye of the viewer the immensely unique fractal reality. Using fractals to create sci-fi type worlds is something of an outlier when it comes to visual art or motion graphics.

The installation features original soundtracks by David Levy and Michael Stearns. Original work from ARTECHOUSE’s creative team with Fractal Lab by Simon Alexander-Adams and Corrugated Origami pieces exploring principles of fractals by Ray Schamp will be on display alongside Julius Horsthuis’s focal piece.


Through the creative digital expression of the endless iterations and multiple dimensions of fractals, Geometric Properties explores fundamental mathematical patterns to stimulate existential self reflection and emphasize the pure wonderment of being. Embark upon a cinematic journey where the sheer beauty of mathematics, nature and architecture coincide to inspire introspection and awe.

This audio-visual installation created with artist Julius Horsthuis presents a new existence: an immersive, eternal reality removed from the complexities of the everyday. Within this reimagined world, we are free to visualize ourselves within the larger whole. Visitors are taken on an exploration through our recent past and Horsthuis’s ideal future, one that returns to the intersection of nature and math as our source of inspiration.

Julius Horsthuis

Julius Horsthuis is a Dutch visual and fractal artist who combines his years of experience with visual effects and passion for computer graphics to create cinematic animations. With a background in film, his passion for fractal art and artificial intelligence allows Horsthuis to be the creator of his own world.

Horsthuis works with the software mandelbulb3d to uncover iterative complex formulas that are generated by the computer to produce the unmeasurable structures that are fractals.

An award winning artist, Horsthuis’ work has been featured in the Academy Award winning “Manchester by the Sea” (Lonergan, 2016) and the most VFX-heavy film in the Netherlands: “Koning van Katoren” (Sombogaart, 2012). His recent work has included collaborations with visual artists Android Jones and musical artists, ODESZA, Meshuggah, Tigran Hamasyan and Birds of Paradise.

Horsthuis considers his art – “a journey of discovery”, as he uncovers to the eye of the viewer the immensely unique fractal reality. Using fractals to create sci-fi type worlds is something of an outlier when it comes to visual art or motion graphics.

The installation features original soundtracks by David Levy and Michael Stearns. Original work from ARTECHOUSE’s creative team with Fractal Lab by Simon Alexander-Adams and Corrugated Origami pieces exploring principles of fractals by Ray Schamp will be on display alongside Julius Horsthuis’s focal piece.


Through the creative digital expression of the endless iterations and multiple dimensions of fractals, Geometric Properties explores fundamental mathematical patterns to stimulate existential self reflection and emphasize the pure wonderment of being. Embark upon a cinematic journey where the sheer beauty of mathematics, nature and architecture coincide to inspire introspection and awe.

This audio-visual installation created with artist Julius Horsthuis presents a new existence: an immersive, eternal reality removed from the complexities of the everyday. Within this reimagined world, we are free to visualize ourselves within the larger whole. Visitors are taken on an exploration through our recent past and Horsthuis’s ideal future, one that returns to the intersection of nature and math as our source of inspiration.

Julius Horsthuis

Julius Horsthuis is a Dutch visual and fractal artist who combines his years of experience with visual effects and passion for computer graphics to create cinematic animations. With a background in film, his passion for fractal art and artificial intelligence allows Horsthuis to be the creator of his own world.

Horsthuis works with the software mandelbulb3d to uncover iterative complex formulas that are generated by the computer to produce the unmeasurable structures that are fractals.

An award winning artist, Horsthuis’ work has been featured in the Academy Award winning “Manchester by the Sea” (Lonergan, 2016) and the most VFX-heavy film in the Netherlands: “Koning van Katoren” (Sombogaart, 2012). His recent work has included collaborations with visual artists Android Jones and musical artists, ODESZA, Meshuggah, Tigran Hamasyan and Birds of Paradise.

Horsthuis considers his art – “a journey of discovery”, as he uncovers to the eye of the viewer the immensely unique fractal reality. Using fractals to create sci-fi type worlds is something of an outlier when it comes to visual art or motion graphics.

The installation features original soundtracks by David Levy and Michael Stearns. Original work from ARTECHOUSE’s creative team with Fractal Lab by Simon Alexander-Adams and Corrugated Origami pieces exploring principles of fractals by Ray Schamp will be on display alongside Julius Horsthuis’s focal piece.


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