On view now at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York
October 5, 2018–April 14, 2019
Tablescapes: Designs for Dining featuring many of Marguerita Mergentime’s vibrant 1930s table linens and Americana—the hanging Marguerita designed for the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition full of 1930s slang and American sayings—can be seen
once again at the museum. https://collection.cooperhewitt.org/exhibitions/1159161439

Upcoming Exhibition
Schloss Hollenegg for Design
, Schwanberg, Austria, Ad Mensam. This exhibition will feature Mergentime’s political slogan tablecloth,
Food for Thought, May 17–27, 2019, https://www.schlosshollenegg.at/exhibitions/ad-mensam-17-27-may-2019

Past Exhibitions


Museum of Modern Art, How Should We Live? Propositions for the Modern Interior. Mergentime’s Food for Thought tablecloth and the forward-thinking furnishings for her New York apartment, designed by her colleague Frederick Kiesler. October 1– April 23, 2017


Israel Museum, Design Matters. A day bed from Mergentime’s apartment is on display. June 3, 2017–February 17, 2018


Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts, Utica, NY, Roaring into the Future: New York 1925–1935. A selection of Mergentime’s textiles was featured. June 17– October 9, 2017


Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Friedrich Kiesler: Architekt, Kunstler, Visionär. One room was dedicated to Kiesler’s furniture including photographs of and works from the Mergentime apartment as one of his most prominent projects. March 11–June 11, 2017

Cooper Hewitt, The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s. Included a  daybed from Mergentime’s apartment. April 7– August 20, 2017