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Welcome to London Magazine Poet's Letter
www.poetsletter.com, 1 June 2005 [cached]
The selection for Beyond Painting: Burri, Fontana, Manzoni has been made by Matthew Gale, Tate Curator, and guest curator, Renato Miracco, who are the authors of the catalogue that accompanies the display.
...Renato Miracco is also the curator of Afro at the Italian Cultural Institute
Memory | i-ITALY
www.i-italy.org, 20 April 2011 [cached]
Interview with Renato Miracco, Director of the Italian Cultural Institute in New York: "When I moved to Poland for work, I immediately went to Auschwitz.
Let's Travel! Radio
www.letstravelradio.com, 8 Oct 2009 [cached]
Our guests include Carlo Romairone, Founder and US Director of the Associazione Liguri nel Mondo, Renato Miracco, Director of the Italian Cultural Center in New York, Paolo Secondo, Proprietor of restaurants in Genoa, Italy and New York including Barolo, and Salvatore Moltisanti, Director of IBLA, the international classical musical "academy."
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Renato Miracco is the Author of many books and scholarly articles, and has served as a contributing editor in a range of catalogues, magazines and academic publications.
He has also served as an advisor of the Italian Ministry of Foreing Affairs, the Art Media Society in Bruxelles and curator of the Estorick Collection in London ("Italian Abstraction 1910-1960"; "Piety and Pragmatism: Spiritualism in Futurist Art"), and the Metropolitan Museum in New York (G.Morandi).
He has been guest curator for Italian modern Art at the Tate Modern in London (A. Burri, L. Fontana, P. Manzoni).
From August 2006 he serves as an advisor of the Scientific Committee of the Chamber of Deputies in Rome, Italy.
And as of November 2007 he is the director of the Italian Cultural Institute in New York.
He has been curator of other numerous exhibitions, and of "Quaderni dell'Istituto Italiano di Cultura di New York".
Review: Lecture given by Mauro Aprile Zanetti | A still life from Dolce Vita - Garden City High School, New York
www.artnewschannel.net, 1 Nov 2008 [cached]
Renato Miracco, Director of the Italian Institute of Culture of New York and co-curator together with Maria Cristina Bandiera of the largest retrospective about Morandi that has ever been organized in the USA (Metropolitan Museum of Art, Giorgio Morandi, 1890-1964) , wrote the introduction to the book.
On December 5, 2008, Mauro Aprile Zanetti presented his book for the first time at the Italian Institute Mauro Aprile Zanetti of Culture of New York, where Miracco was the moderator.
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