Past Exhibitions

Marco Anelli

October 11, 2018

Embassy of Italy in Washington D.C.

Magazzino Italian Art and the Embassy of Italy, Washington D.C. presented the exhibition Marco Anelli: Building Magazzino, a three year photographic portfolio by Italian photographer Marco Anelli. The exhibiton featured large-format photographs depicting the different phases of construction alongside portraits of the local workers involved in the project and was open to the public from October 11 until November 6, 2018 at the Embassy of Italy in Washington D.C.

Group Show

September 25, 2018

Italian Cultural Institute of New York

Magazzino Italian Art and the Italian Cultural Institute in New York presented Young Italians, a group exhibition featuring twelve Italian Contemporary artists, curated by Ilaria Bernardi. Young Italians was conceived as a 50th anniversary tribute to the show of the same name, curated by Alan Solomon, which took place at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston and the Jewish Museum in New York in 1968, featuring the work of twelve young Italian artists of that time. The exhibition at the Italian Cultural Institute, which was on view from September 25 until November 1, 2018, featured twelve Italian artists, under the age of 40, all of whom were either born, grew up in or currently work in Italy. Also included were Italian artists who have moved to New York, in order to examine the extent to which Italian culture is present in their work and the interplay between exact location and displacement.

Marco Anelli

June 1, 2018

The Alice Curtis and Desmond Fish Library

Coinciding with the book signing event Marco Anelli: Building Magazzino, a three year photographic portfolio by Italian photographer Marco Anelli, Magazzino presented an exhibition in the Program Room of the library. Curated by Magazzino’s Director, Vittorio Calabrese, the exhibiton featured large-format photographs depicting the different phases of construction alongside portraits of the local workers involved in the project.

Alessandro Piangiamore

May 1, 2018

Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò

Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò presented Marango, Siclian artist Alessandro Piangiamore's first solo exhibition in the United States, curated by Vittorio Calabrese. In collaboration with Magazzino Italian Art, New York, and Magazzino Arte Moderna, Rome, the show began May 1st and ran through June 14, 2018. Marango  featured 14 pieces from the series Ieri IkebanaLa cera di RomaBelvedere, and Primavera Piangiamore, as well as a new site-specific work from the artist's open-ended project, Tutto il vento che c'è  (All the Wind that Blows).

Group Show

March 10, 2018

Garrison Art Center

Continuing its commitment to promoting Italian Contemporary art in the United States, Magazzino joined the Garrison Art Center on March 10, 2018, for the exhibition Marco Bagnoli, Domenico Bianchi, Remo Salvadori. The show at the Garrison Art Center marked the first collaboration between the two institutions in an effort to promote cultural exchange and partnership in the Hudson Valley arts community.​

Bagnoli, Bianchi, and Salvadori represent the generation of artists following the Arte Povera group, keeping the conceptual foundation of their predecessors while delving into the relationship between body and soul, material and ephemeral. 

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Marco Anelli

October 4, 2017

Italian Cultural Institute of New York

"Marco Anelli: Building Magazzino" is the title of Italian artist Marco Anelli’s commissioned photographic project documenting Magazzino Italian Art’s construction process in its entirety—from its conceptualization in 2014 to its transformation from an industrial building into a warehouse dedicated to an extraordinary collection of Italian Art.

A homonymous exhibition—organized by Magazzino Italian Art with the Italian Cultural Institute of New York and curated by Magazzino’s Director Vittorio Calabrese—displayed 24 large-format color photographs selected from the artist’s latest oeuvre, including 11 portraits, three of which had almost-real-life-size dimensions.