From April to July 2018 I worked at the Stedelijk Museum Library in Amsterdam, to research literature on site-specific art and installation art. As the library’s website says: “The Stedelijk Museum library owns one of the largest collections of publications on the areas of modern and contemporary art, design, photography, time based art, installations and art theory. You can enter the library free of charge. The Stedelijk library is one of the best kept secrets for anyone looking for a quiet place to read or study” (https://www.stedelijk.nl/en/visit/library). I can confirm it’s true. My project couldn’t have started without this research stay. Now off to some vacation: I’ll be back in September with news about a research seminar in analytic philosophy of art that I’m organizing at the University of Padova for 2018/2019.