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ON MARISA MERZ

In conjunction with its current show of the artist’s work, the Philadelphia Museum of Art presents THE PRODUCTION OF THE SELF—CONVERSATIONS ABOUT MARISA MERZ, a weekly series of virtual conversations.

This month, participants include Connie Butler—curator of the exhibition Marisa Merz: The Sky Is a Great SpaceLara Conte, Teresa Kittler, and MAXXI curator Luigia Lonardelli. See links below for details.

TIME, PROCESS, AND LIFE IN THE WORK OF MARISA MERZ

CONNIE BUTLER, moderated by CARLOS BASUALDO

Wednesday, September 9.

9 am on the West Coast; noon East Coast.

MARISA MERZ—SCULPTURAL AND FILM EXPERIMENTS IN THE KITCHEN

LARA CONTE

Wednesday, September 16.

9 am on the West Coast; noon East Coast.

MARISA MERZ—ACTIONS, INTERACTIONS, AND PERFORMATIVE SCULPTURE

TERESA KITTLER

Wednesday, September 23.

9 am on the West Coast; noon East Coast.

MARISA MERZ AS AN ANTI-PENELOPE

LUIGIA LONARDELLI

Wednesday, September 30.

9 am on the West Coast; noon East Coast.

From top: Marisa Merz, Untitled, undated, unfired clay, paraffin, copper; Marisa Merz, Untitled, circa 1985; Connie Butler, Marisa Merz: The Sky Is a Great Space (2017), cover image courtesy and © Prestel; Marisa (right) with Mario Merz and their daughter Beatrice in 1976 at the 37th Biennale di Venezia; Merz’s Turin studio, photograph by Renato Ghiazza; Merz, undated photograph by Gianfranco Gorgoni, courtesy and © the photographer. Images courtesy and © Fondazione Merz, Gladstone Gallery, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.