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Italic Identity

The Italian community has a global identity based on an attitude, a taste and a vision of life that are reflected not only in their way of eating and in their attire, but also in the way they relate to others, conduct business or identify themselves with a certain type of art and culture.

Italicity constitutes an identity that goes beyond mere nationality: it is a system of values, a subjectivity that does not depend directly on Italy, even though it is nurtured by it.

It’s an eminently cultural paradigm that contemplates taking on certain values, partially without being aware of it,  and that determines, in various ways and within a context of potential multiple affinities, relational networks producing significant effects that may be documented in economic and political terms.