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Parkett No. 15 Mario Merz (Parkett Art Magazine, No 15, 1988)

by Mario Merz, Bice Curiger (Editor)

Series: Parkett (15)

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"The work of Mario Merz leaves the impression of a compulsive urge toward transcendence. On the one hand, he is himself a kind of Second Coming, considerably less glorious than was anticipated, bringing confirmation of another postponement in the offing, a third and fourth and fifth Coming. On the other hand, he is the last futurist left standing in the wake of a future that has exhausted itself in an orgy of big bangs." --Jeanne Silverthorne… (more)
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"The work of Mario Merz leaves the impression of a compulsive urge toward transcendence. On the one hand, he is himself a kind of Second Coming, considerably less glorious than was anticipated, bringing confirmation of another postponement in the offing, a third and fourth and fifth Coming. On the other hand, he is the last futurist left standing in the wake of a future that has exhausted itself in an orgy of big bangs." --Jeanne Silverthorne

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