ZERO in Berlin

March 21 to June 8, 2015 | Daily except Mondays | Berlin, Martin Gropius Bau |

ZERO – The International Art Movement Of The 50s And 60s

In the spring of 2015, the ZERO foundation in Berlin presents  the most comprehensive exhibition since the beginning of the ZERO movement. Thus acknowledging a german artist group that originated in the early 50s and had quickly become the largest international art movement of the postwar period. With around 200 works from 1957 to 1967 the exhibition shows the wide range of media, the ZERO artists have worked with. Painting, kinetic art, installations, performances and films offer visitors a wide variation of visual experiences. >>

Video: 2008, Dortmund, Musuem am Ostwall, Otto Piene, The Proliferation Of The Sun

Photo: Heinz Mack, Siehst Du den Wind? Gruß an Tinguely (1962)
Photo Credits: ZERO foundation Düsseldorf
Copyright Photo: ZERO foundation, Düsseldorf
Copyright Artwork: VG-Bildkunst, Bonn