Heinz Mack | Von ZERO bis in die Gegenwart 11. February 2024 - 13. April 2024

About the exhibition

The solo exhibition "Heinz Mack | From ZERO to the Present" brings together important works from seven decades of the artistic oeuvre of ZERO co-founder Heinz Mack. On display are works on canvas and paper, sculptures, kinetic objects and multiples. A catalog with an introduction by Dr. Eva Müller-Remmert, Museum Küppersmühle für Moderne Kunst, Duisburg, has been published to accompany the exhibition.

Heinz Mack

The important ZERO artist Heinz Mack (born 1931) attended the Staatliche Kunstakademie Düsseldorf from 1950 to 1953. In 1957, together with Otto Piene, the artist founded the world-famous ZERO group, which Günther Uecker later joined. After participating in documenta II, 1955 and III, 1964 in Kassel and the Venice Biennale, 1970 and most recently in 2022, he was awarded a professorship in Osaka, Japan, and became a member of the Akademie der Künste, Berlin. Heinz Mack was awarded important prizes, including the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany with Star. His works are represented in over 150 of the most important museum collections worldwide. In addition, Heinz Mack's works were shown in major retrospectives to mark his 80th birthday at the Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn, his 90th birthday at the Düsseldorfer Kunstpalast and in 2023 at the ZKM Karlsruhe.


Opening, 11.02.2024, 11 a.m.

Invitation card

The 13 stations of the Sahara cycle

Online Katalog


Radiobielefeld, 24.01.24

Die lebenswichtige Kraft des Lichts, WB 10.02.24

ZERO-Künstler Mack bei Baumgarte, NW 10.02.24

Ein Lichtstrahl in dunklen Zeiten, WB 11.02.24

Ein Lichtstrahl in dunklen Zeiten, Die Glocke 11.02.24

Charity-Event bringt 65.000 Euro, NW 13.02.24

Charity-Event bringt 65.000 Euro, Haller Kreisblatt 13.02.24

Gutes Tun, Gala 15.02.24

Einfach nur schön, wenn man so leben darf_WamS_18.02.24

Art News, Helfen als Lebenssinn, Bunte 29.02.24

Kunst mit Herz_TOP Magazin_Frühjahr Ausgabe 2024


Online Katalog

Past exhibitions