By Giovanni di Napoli   Since beginning this exercise in ethnic self-awareness I've intermittently written about New York City's public monuments by Sicilian Americans, specifically the works of Anthony de Francisci and Pietro Montana.   However, no discussion of Sicilian-American sculptors would be complete without mentioning Arturo...

by Joseph V. Scelsa   Dear Friends, I hope you will join me and the Italian American Museum at the Museum of American Finance on Wall Street, Wednesday evening December 3, 2014, 5:30PM to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Italian sculptor Arturo DiModica's world famous "Italian Bull", formerly known as "Charging Bull", which has stood at Bo...

While enjoying a night on the town with some friends, we stumbled upon famed Sicilian American artist Arturo Di Modica's Cavallo.   Best known for his sculpture Charging Bull (in Bowling Green), the towering stainless steel bronco stands outside Cipriani's Restaurant on 376 W Broadway (between Broome and Spring Streets) in Lower Manhattan....

On the evening of December 3, the Museum hosted the first showing of a new documentary film, "Lucky Balls," commemorating the 25th year that the "Charging Bull" sculpture by Arturo Di Modica has been at Bowling Green Park in New York City.   Over the years, the sculpture has become one of the most popular attractions in Lower Manhattan and o...

«Arturo Di Modica, il sogno italo-americano». E' il titolo della conferenza culturale scelta dal Lions di Vittoria per far conoscere ancora meglio un vittoriese illustre noto in tutto il mondo come l'autore del «Charging Bull», che a New York è il simbolo della borsa e dell'economia mondiale. L'iniziativa è stata realizzata dal presidente del Lions...