Past Events

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August 16, 2021

Magazzino Da Casa

Magazzino Italian Art is pleased to present an interview with artist Bruna Esposito about her process and the work, Alrti Venti – Ostro (2020), on view at Magazzino Italian Art until September 13, 2021.

Revolution
June 11, 2021

Magazzino Da Casa

Magazzino Italian Art is pleased to present an interview with filmmaker and director of La Rivoluzione Siamo Noi Ilaria Freccia and art critic and writer Ludovico Pratesi about the movie La Rivoluzione Siamo Noi.

Yoga
May 15, 2021

Magazzino Da Casa

Marking the third annual collaboration between Magazzino Italian Art and Ascend Center, this year will offer a virtual retreat that benefits RxArt and the Philipstown Behavioral Health Hub. This 15-minute meditation and breath work class led by Melia is available on Magazzino Da Casa as a precursor for a 65-minute heart-focused gentle yoga and meditation journey that you can register for here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/ascendcenter

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Magazzino Da Casa

Magazzino Italian Art in collaboration with Ilisso present a film overviewing the life and practice of Sardinian artist Costantino Nivola, focusing on his unique process of sandcast sculpting.

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Lecture Series
March 20 - May 1, 2021

Magazzino Da Casa

Curated by 2020-21 Scholar-in-Residence Teresa Kittler, Magazzino Italian Art Foundation presents Arte Povera: Art of Collaboration, a four-part lecture series featuring Professor Lucia Re, Research Professor in the Department of Italian at UCLA; Dr. Sharon Hecker, Independent Scholar and Curator, Milan; and Dr. Leslie Cozzi, Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings & Photographs at The Baltimore Museum of Art. Teresa Kittler will also present a lecture on her findings researching the work of Arte Povera artist Alighiero Boetti's approach, paying close attention to his relationship with his wife, the feminist art critic, Sauzeau-Boetti.

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March 20, 2021

Magazzino Da Casa

Magazzino Italian Art presents a four-part lecture series Arte Povera: Art of Collaboration curated by 2020-21 Magazzino Scholar-in-Residence Teresa Kittler. In the first lecture of the series, The Power of Two: Inter-Gender Dialogue, Couples and Creative Partnerships in 20th-Century Italian Culture, Professor Lucia Re, Research Professor in the Department of Italian at UCLA, traces the paradigms, patterns, challenges and rewards of inter-gender dialogue and creative partnership across literature and the arts in 20th century Italian culture.

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April 3, 2021

Magazzino Da Casa

Magazzino Italian Art presents a four-part lecture series Arte Povera: Art of Collaboration curated by 2020-21 Magazzino Scholar-in-Residence Teresa Kittler. In the second lecture of the series, Mutually Impressed and Distanced: Luciano Fabro’s Creative Collaborations with Women, Dr. Sharon Hecker, Independent Scholar and Curator, Milan, examines Luciano Fabro’s creative collaborations with women through photographs, videos and unpublished letters related to his art.

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April 17, 2021

Magazzino Da Casa

Magazzino Italian Art presents a four-part lecture series Arte Povera: Art of Collaboration curated by 2020-21 Magazzino Scholar-in-Residence Teresa Kittler. In the third lecture of the series,Alighiero e Sauzeau Boetti, Dr. Teresa Kittler, Magazzino Italian Art’s 2020-2021 Scholar-in-Residence, reflects on Boetti’s approach, paying close attention to his relationship with his wife, the feminist art critic, Sauzeau-Boetti.

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May 1, 2021

Magazzino Da Casa

Magazzino Italian Art presents a four-part lecture series Arte Povera: Art of Collaboration curated by 2020-21 Magazzino Scholar-in-Residence Teresa Kittler. In the fourth lecture of the series, Communion and Prophylaxis: Mario and Marisa Merz, Dr. Leslie Cozzi, Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings & Photographs at The Baltimore Museum of Art, discusses the early sculpture and later work on paper of Mario Merz and Marisa Merz, lynchpins of the Turinese Arte Povera milieu.

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February 16, 2021

Magazzino Da Casa

Conversation with filmmaker, scholar, and activist Fred Kuwornu and Ilaria Conti which took place on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 on the visual histories of Blackness in post-war Italian culture. Inaugurating a new multi-year series entitled Pensiero Plurale, organized by Magazzino Italian Art and curated by Ilaria Conti, Kuwornu addressed issues of diversity and the complexities of representation through the lens of his films.

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