Past Events

DM
May 28-30, 2020

Magazzino Da Casa

Premier of the film Designing Magazzino, by Domenico Palma, with multidisciplinary designers Beatriz Cifuentes and Yoshi Waterhouse of Waterhouse Cifuentes Design, which will discuss Magazzino’s distinctive graphic design profile, defined by a refined minimalist approach that has shaped the museum’s graphic identity. 

MG1
May 21-23, 2020

Magazzino Da Casa

This series will overview the Olnick Spanu glass collection.

inmag2
May 13-16, 2020

Magazzino Da Casa

Presentation of a short movie, by Domenico Palma, of a behind the scenes look at installing Magazzino’s first exhibition, Margherita Stein: Rebel With A Cause.

RR3
May 6-9, 2020

Magazzino Da Casa

Premiere of extended film on McGill’s public art project Red Regatta.

Mike 1
April 24-25, 2020

Magazzino Da Casa

Presentation of a new film by Domenico Palma, Walking Sculpture, a performance by Pistoletto of his Sfera di giornali (Newspaper Sphere) series down the streets of Cold Spring, NY.

Building Mag
April 8-11, 2020

Magazzino Da Casa

Providing an in depth look at the creation of Magazzino’s award winning building in Cold Spring, NY.

AllHomemade
April 1 - May 30, 2020

Magazzino Da Casa

In an effort to support artistic community and production during this period of uncertainty, Magazzino Italian Art Foundation will launch Homemade, a new initiative that invites contemporary Italian artists living in New York to create new works of art from their home.

MarinellaSenatore1
March 26-28, 2020

Magazzino Da Casa

New video documentation of Marinella Senatore’s processional performance in Cold Spring, NY from November 16, 2019.

BoettiMappaforwebsite
Lecture Series
March 21 - May 2, 2020

Magazzino Da Casa

Curated by 2019-20 Scholar-in-Residence Tenley BickMagazzino Italian Art Foundation presents "Una visione globale": Arte Povera's Worlds, a four-part lecture series featuring Victoria Surliuga, Associate Professor of Italian Studies, Italian Program Coordinator, and World Cinema Coordinator, Texas Tech University; Valérie Da Costa, Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Art History, University of Strasbourg; and Chris Bennett, Assistant Professor of Art History/Contemporary Art, University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Tenley Bick will also present a lecture on her findings researching the work of Arte Povera artist Michelangelo Pistoletto.