The Magazzino Italian Art museum is expanding its campus in Cold Spring, NY with a new pavilion by Spanish architects Alberto Campo Baeza and Miguel Quismondo. Following the museum's public opening in 2017, the new pavilion will be dedicated to special exhibitions and public and educational programs. The free-standing structure will feature flexible programming to enable the nonprofit museum to support its growing program and better serve its visitors. The Magazzino was launched as a new warehouse art space in the Hudson Valley devoted to Post-war and Contemporary Italian art. The latest addition comes after the acquisition of 3.5 acres of additional land for the new 13,000-square-foot pavilion. Alberto Campo Baeza and Miguel Quismondo designed Magazzino’s main building, and the expansion will create over 5,000 square feet of flexible exhibition and programming spaces as well as new visitor amenities, including a reading lounge and a café.
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