NERO, the publisher who published Goldsmith's book with the art exhibit, also posted pictures of the visit.
CNN contacted representatives Clinton for comment.
President Donald Trump used Clinton's use of private email servers during his tenure as state secretary of a focal point of his 2016 presidential campaign rhetoric. found that of the 30,000 emails Clinton gave the State Department from her server back in 2014, 110 contained classified information at the time they were sent or received. charges against Clinton, even when FBI Director James Comey and his aides criticized him for being "overly sensitive."
During an interview with Italian news outlet TGR Veneto outside of the theater, Clinton struck the controversy surrounding her emails as unnecessary. he said at the beginning of the clip. "And anyone can come in and look at them – it's not there." "And that is, nothing bad, nothing should have been controversial."
Clinton also warned European countries to be wary of attacking Russians in their elections similar to the one the United States experienced in 2016.
"Europeans should be aware of Russians (that) has been involved and is trying to influence elections in all democracies, and they have carried out an attack and systematic attack on our elections, ”he added. "So it's not a big factor that has never been part of our system."
The exhibit opened in May at the Despar Theater Italia, and will last until November, according to curators.
Goldsmith, who was in New York during Clinton's visit, said the visit took place after a high school friend named Clinton showed up at the exhibit.
Clinton also commented on the area hosting the exhibit, a former theater that had been converted into a supermarket, during an interview with TGR Veneto.
"I think it's the most amazing supermarket I've ever seen!" he said.