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Art Observed 11 Oct 14
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FondazioneMerz 2 Sep 16
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marco balduzzi May 12
...and then turn a corner and you’ll find yourself in front of an Igloo of Mario Merz 🤩 ______________________
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Magali 18 Jan 16
, '8,5,3', 1985, intallation view at The Warehouse (photo: The Warehouse)
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dogukan belozoglu 7 Mar 16
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Gagosian 1 Jan 16
Italian artist born today, January 1 in 1925.
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De Primi Fine Art 15 Sep 17
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alessandro gatti 7 Feb 16
Hi Mario! A lovely Sunday walking
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Castello di Rivoli 14 Sep 16
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Massimiliano Zane 27 Sep 14
": - just opened: at [Burlington Gdns] - "
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Droste Effect Mag 10 Nov 16
Mario Merz: Early Works at Gladstone Gallery until December 17
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Magazzino Italian Art May 23
Looking closely at ‘From Continent to Continent’ (1993), by Mario Merz. Slate envelopes a metal structure with the title of the work spelled on its face with neon tubing. Seen at , in Gallery 4.
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GiulioIsJean 9 Oct 16
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miart 14 Apr 18
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Centre Pompidou 16 Aug 16
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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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Palette Pages 8 Mar 14
Neon art from 1968 thought you would like this aimed at seperating art from high culture!
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Beatrice Merz 20 Oct 15
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MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art Apr 24
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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julia 20 Feb 15
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