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KS11 Kurt Schwitters' Merz Barn Open Week-end
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- 26 October 2011
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In 2012 the Littoral Trust was awarded a grant from the Cumbria Fells & Dales LEADER+ RDPE programme to carry out essential upgrading of the Merz Barn and the paved area outside.
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Creative tourism blogpost:
Kurt Schwitters: The Merzbarn & its Lake District Legacy
By David Banning

Lakes tribute for artist who fled Hitler
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"Degenerate art' memorial planned
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Work has been ongoing from last October until now, involving much heavy machinery and disruption to the site, but is now at last virtually complete. Read more

In the centre of the space is Jill Rock's artwork The Root of Modernism commemorating those artists who, like Schwitters, were forced to leave Germany in the 1930s after being declared 'degenerate' by Hitler because of their Modernist practice. Read more