Wikipedia entry
    Introduction
    Marisa Merz (23 May 1926 – 20 July 2019) was an Italian artist and sculptor. In the 1960s, Merz was the only female protagonist associated with the radical Arte povera movement. In 2013 she was awarded the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at the Venice Biennale. She lived and worked in Turin, Italy.
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    Q6765578
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    Introduction
    Artist associated with Arte Povera; her work is often preoccupied with issues of flux and incorporates craft (e.g. knitting) and organic forms. An important solo exhibition of her work was held at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris in 1994.
    Nationality
    Italian
    Gender
    Female
    Roles
    Artist, Installation Artist, Sculptor
    Name
    Marisa Merz
    Ulan
    500063253
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    Works

    4 works online

    Exhibitions

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