At Magazzino Italian Art, the safety of our visitors, staff and community is our top priority. We ask that all visitors abide by certain protocols to ensure the health and safety of all persons at the museum.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Italian artist Bruno Gambone, one of the greatest Italian ceramists of the 20th century.
Magazzino Italina Art is proud to partner again with the Cold Spring Chamber of Commerce on this year’s Magazzino Educational Scholarship. Available to a Philipstown school junior or senior with a strong interest in visual art or museum management, the scholarship consists of an award and an internship at Magazzino.
Magazzino Italian Art will expand its campus with a new pavilion dedicated to special exhibitions, education, and public programs, designed by architects Alberto Campo Baeza and Miguel Quismondo.
It is with deep sadness that Magazzino Italian Art honors the life and work of Maurizio Calvesi (1927 – 2020), one of the most influential art historians of our time.
Magazzino Italian Art Foundation and the Cold Spring Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce that Anneke Chan will be the first recipient of the Magazzino Educational Scholarship, a new opportunity made available to a local high school junior or senior with a strong interest in visual art or museum management this year.
Magazzino Italian Art will begin welcoming the public back to the museum starting Friday, July 10, 2020 in accordance with state, regional, and local guidelines of the phased reopening of the Mid-Hudson region. Find out more information on Magazzino’s summer programming, as well as new health and safety protocols.
Q&A with designers Beatriz Cifuentes and Yoshiki Waterhouse of Waterhouse Cifuentes Design and Karolina Chojnowska, Communication and Publications Manager at Magazzino Italian Art.
Q&A with Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu, Co-founders of Magazzino Italian Art and Sara Blumberg and Jim Oliveira, Co-directors of Glass Past New York.
Magazzino Italian Art will be the first museum in the United States to adopt new social distancing technology to protect future visitors in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Developed by Italian and American companies, this new device takes the guesswork out of social distancing by using radio waves to measure and maintain safe distances between visitors.
Q&A with Gabriella Perez, Collection Manager and Chief Registrar at Magazzino Italian Art and Thomas Huber, Head Preparator and Facilities Manager at Magazzino Italian Art.