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FondazioneMerz 2 Sep 16
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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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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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Art Brussels 4 Apr 16
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MutualArt Jul 25
NEW EXHIBITION ALERT! The biggest exhibition of igloos will take over this fall. Read more about Mario Merz on MutualArt:
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Gagosian 1 Jan 16
Italian artist born today, January 1 in 1925.
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Magazzino Italian Art Mar 29
Mario Merz’s ‘Che Fare?’ (1968-1973). More neon works by Mario Merz can be found throughout Magazzino, as the medium was able to reflect his interests in seemingly-organic materials, the movement of energy, and the overlap of nature and culture.
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