Wet Paint in the Wild: Magazzino Italian Art Museum Director Vittorio Calabrese Takes Us From Upstate New York to Houston and Beyond
Welcome to Wet Paint in the Wild, an extension of Annie Armstrong’s gossip column wherein she gives art-world insiders a disposable camera so they can give us a peek into their corner of the madcap industry.
I’m of the opinion that the Magazzino Italian Art museum in Cold Spring, New York is perhaps the most photogenic museum in New York State. Fight me on it! I dare you. The area itself is especially beautiful in the summer, and the museum’s programming of Postwar and contemporary Italian art matches perfectly. Thus, I took the chance to hand a camera over to its director, Vittorio Calabrese, for a summery week in Upstate New York. Here’s what it was like…
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