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Zero and Co

Group show with historic works by international artists that belonged to or had close ties with the ZERO movement.

Founded in 1958 in Düsseldorf (Germany) by Heinz Mack and Otto Piene and later joined by Gunther Uecker, ZERO grew into an international art movement when other artists from The Netherlands, Italy, France, Switzerland and Belgium joined.

Highlights of the exhibition include a partly burned red flag by Bernard Aubertin (1960's), an important sculpture by herman de vries (1960's), several 'random objectivation' collages by herman de vries (1960's), relief prints from Jan Schoonhoven (1972), 2 'espaces concentrées' by Hans Bischoffshausen, etc...

Other artists include Hermann Bartels, Leo Erb, Jan Henderikse, Christian Megert, Jan Schoonhoven, Turi Simeti, Herbert Zangs.

Zero and Co

Left to right: two random objectivations by herman de vries, a mirror work by Christian Megert, another random objectivation by herman de vries, a 'Verweissung' by Herbert Zangs.

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