Mario Merz Prize 3°Edition. The finalists

A group exhibition of the shortlisted artists of thr 3rd Edition of the Mario Merz Prize 3 June – 6 October 2019 Curated by Claudia Gioia, Samuel Gross and Beatrice Merz Fondazione Merz is pleased to present the exhibition of the 5 finalists selected for the Art Section in this third edition of the Mario Merz Prize. Bertille Bak, Mircea […]

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Botto&Bruno. The ballad of forgotten places | A project winner of Italian Council

Botto&Bruno. The ballad of forgotten places A project winner of the 3rd edition of Italian Council (2018), a competition conceived by the Directorate-General for Contemporary Art and Architecture and Urban Peripheries (DGAAP) – an organism of the Italian Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities, to promote Italian contemporary art in the world. Destinations: – Athen, National Museum of Contemporary Art, […]

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Solo da Bambini. Lina Fucà, Daniele Gaglianone, Paolo Leonardo

Fondazione Merz presents, Solo da Bambini (‘Only as children’), an exhibition curated by Maria Centonze, featuring the work of three artistic personalities strongly linked to each other: a couple, comprising artist Lina Fucà and film director Daniele Gaglianone, and their close friend, artist Paolo Leonardo. The starting point of the exhibition is a month-long trip to Cuba by Lina Fucà […]

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Petrit Halilaj. Shkrepëtima

A project by the winner of the 2nd edition of the Mario Merz Prize  curated by Leonardo Bigazzi 29 October 2018 – 3 February 2019 – EXTENDED TO 17 FEBRUARY 2019 Fondazione Merz – Turin Fondazione Merz is pleased to present Shkrepëtima, a newly commissioned solo exhibition by Petrit Halilaj (Kostërrc, Skenderaj-Kosovo 1986). Of Kosovar origin, Halilaj is the winner […]

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Emilio Prini

In collaboration with the Archivio Emilio Prini, from Tuesday 28 October 2019 to Sunday 9 February 2020 the Fondazione Merz presents a solo exhibition conceived by the Fondazione as a tribute to the artist Emilio Prini (Stresa, 1943 – Rome, 2016). The exhibition is curated by Beatrice Merz and Timotea Prini. This is a deserved tribute from the Fondazione Merz […]

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