Vincenza Di Maggio

It started with a painting. It was Titian’s Venus and Adonis. “Write what you see,” my college art history professor said to me. With those four words she ignited a fire within me that would drive my career as a writer, and as an art historian. I graduated with an MA in the History of Art & Archaeology from NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts, and recently completed an internship at MoMA. I have done freelance work for Condé Nast Traveler, The Architect’s Newspaper, and INSIDE F&B. Sicilian in origin, but I was born and raised in New York. When I’m not writing, I’m immersing myself in Manhattan’s vibrant art scene, witnessing first hand the beautifully transformative effect the arts can have on a city.

NY Artscapes

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Love in Lake Como: Humanity and the Natural World Living in Harmony

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The Trauma of World War II Lives On Through Alberto Burri’s Compositions on View at the Guggenheim Museum

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South South Awards: Celebrating the development of the Global South

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Cappuccino and Brioche to Celebrate the Winners of IACE’s “Short Food Movie: The Oscars at Eataly” Competition

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We The Peoples: Norman Rockwell’s United Nations Brings the United Nation’s Mission to Life

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