Discover Magazzino Italian Art in Cold Spring

Posted By Stacy |

Magazzino Italian Art is a new warehouse art space in the Hudson Valley devoted to Post-war and Contemporary Italian art.

 Magazzino, a newly opened private art center dedicated to Postwar and contemporary Italian art in New York’s Hudson Valley. 

 

“Amore e Psiche” by Giulio Paolini, 1981. Photo emulsion on canvas, stretchers, colored fabrics
Courtesy of Magazzino Italian Art, New York. Photograph by Marco Anelli © 2017.

 .

Not a museum, not a foundation, Magazzino—the name is the Italian word for “warehouse”—is a private art space that welcomes the public by appointment, with the mission of broadening appreciation for Italian art through exhibitions, educational programming and a research library of more than 5,000 volumes.

Located in Cold Spring, NY in Putnam County, about 15 minutes south of Dia:Beacon and across the Hudson from Storm King Art Center, Magazzino is the newest addition to the rich cultural landscape of the Hudson Valley north of New York City.

The eyes have a lot to absorb here. Magazzino’s inaugural exhibition is “Margherita Stein: Rebel With a Cause,” 71 works by 16 artists: sculptures, drawings, paintings, prints, mixed-media assemblages and large-scale installations dating from the early 1960s to the present, most never previously exhibited.

Magazzino Italian Art
2700 Route 9
Cold Spring, NY 10516

+1 (845) 666-7202
info@magazzino.art

Admission is free by appointment only.