Magazzino Italian Art is pleased to open the Robert Olnick Pavilion
October 1 - October 31
Magazzino Italian Art is pleased to open the Robert Olnick Pavilion to the public. Offering an additional 13,000 square feet of gallery and education space, as well as a café and museum store, the Robert Olnick Pavilion is designed by Alberto Campo Baeza and Miguel Quismondo, the latter being the architect of Magazzino’s original building. This expansion marks a milestone for Magazzino, allowing the museum to host more temporary exhibitions, expand educational initiatives for younger visitors, and continue to offer a wide range of indoor and outdoor events across both spaces on the Cold Spring campus. Visitors can book tickets to the inaugural exhibitions Mario Schifano: The Rise of the ‘60s, Ettore Spalletti: Parole di colore, and Carlo Scarpa: Timeless Masterpieces, here. If traveling by train, shuttle service is provided from the Cold Spring train station to the museum. Be sure to book your seat on the shuttle here.