Following its own 2008 group survey, New York gallery Sperone Westwater continues to propose reevaluation of the post-war German group ZERO with its latest show, a solo presentation of artist Heinz Mack's silvery "Early Metal Reliefs," dating from 1957–1967. The works are made of aluminum, stainless steel, wood, glass and other industrial materials, which the ZERO bunch used for their simplicity and commonness. The artist turns 80 next year. Read more
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