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Ann Scango 23h
The igloo was a signature structure in ’s art from 1969 until his death in 2003. He saw it as “the ideal organic shape,” “both a world and a small house.” Don't miss Merz’s “Places with No Street” (1987) during the final weeks of
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Art Observed 11 Oct 14
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Merz Prize 6 May 15
at 6.30 pm the announcement of the Prize Winners. See you at
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Hans Ulrich Obrist 7 May 15
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Massimiliano Zane 27 Sep 14
": - just opened: at [Burlington Gdns] - "
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FondazioneMerz 2 Sep 16
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Castello di Rivoli 14 Sep 16
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Centre Pompidou 16 Aug 16
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julia 20 Feb 15
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alessandro gatti 7 Feb 16
Hi Mario! A lovely Sunday walking
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Magazzino Italian Art Nov 22
This year, Thanksgiving tables across the country are not unlike the above Mario Merz piece, ‘Tavola a spirale (Spiral table)’ (1982) Magazzino Italian Art is closed today, Thursday November 22 in observance of the holiday.
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FondazioneMerz 26 Jun 15
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Fabio Novembre 3 May 15
Che fare? Mario, che fare? Vivere... 1968
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Alexandra Epps 12 May 16
Replying to @RIBA_architect @Tate
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e-flux 22 Feb 18
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Italian Modern Art Jan 1
Mario Merz! Born in 1925, he joined anti-Fascist group Giustizia e Libertà during WWII. He used everyday materials in his socially aware work. 'Igloo di Giap' (Giap Igloo), 1968, Metal, Sandbags, Neon, Batteries.  
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Nandeep Roopray 8 May 15
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memory's falls Apr 20
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Project ARM Apr 19
Uno dei più grandi esponenti dell’, si dedicò alla pittura classica nella prima parte della sua vita, per poi decidere di sperimentare con materiali di ogni tipo,esplorando la pittura volumetrica e quadrimensionale.
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Guggenheim Museum Mar 5
In 1989 created a massive new sculpture called "Unreal City" for his retrospective in the museum's rotunda. Learn more:
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