Past Exhibitions

May 8, 2021 - January 10, 2022

Magazzino Italian Art

Costantino Nivola’s pioneering sandcast reliefs, concrete sculptures, and rarely seen architectural maquettes will be on view at Magazzino Italian Art from May 8, 2021 until January 10, 2022 in Gallery 8. The exhibition is organized in collaboration with the Nivola Foundation and the Embassy of Italy in Washington D.C., and provides a rare opportunity to explore the innovative techniques of the modernist sculptor.

October 2, 2020 – April 5, 2021

Magazzino Italian Art

Curated by Mel Bochner in collaboration with Magazzino Italian Art, this special exhibition examines parallel artistic movements in the 1960s and 1970s in the U.S. and Italy through the artwork of Bochner, Alighiero Boetti, and Lucio Fontana.

July 9 - September 7, 2020

Magazzino Italian Art

From July 9 through September 7, 2020, Magazzino presented Homemade, a special exhibition of new work created by eight New York-based Italian artists—including Alessandro Teoldi, Andrea Mastrovito, Beatrice Scaccia, Danilo Correale, Davide Balliano, Francesco Simeti, Luisa Rabbia, and Maria D. Rapicavoli—during the global quarantine. Originally launched as part of the Magazzino da Casa’s digital program, Homemade culminated with an in-person exhibition of the final artworks created over the project’s two-month duration, which opened to the public on July 10, 2020.

Ongoing

Magazzino Italian Art

Ongoing exhibition since March 1, 2018, presents a comprehensive panorama on the artistic practice of 12 artists associated with the Arte Povera movement: Alighiero Boetti, Gilberto Zorio, Giovanni Anselmo, Giulio Paolini, Giuseppe Penone, Jannis Kounellis, Luciano Fabro, Mario Merz, Marisa Merz, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Pino Pascali.

Group Show

June 28, 2017 - January 15, 2018

Magazzino Italian Art

Magazzino Italian Art’s inaugural display drew from the Olnick Spanu Collection of Italian Art. The select group of works paid tribute to Margherita Stein’s pivotal role as a pioneer of the Arte Povera movement.