Art (1945-contemporary) > ZERO Heinz Mack - Biography
Sahara Edition: Station 1-13. 1972-1975.
13 Multiples in orig. fame. Each multicolor silkscreen print or iris print with various mixed media of peper and glass.
Mack 92 I-XIII. Each signed, numbered and titled in typography on the edition label on the reverse. Each from an edition of 130 copies. Elf landscape formats, each: 80 x 100 cm (31.4 x 39.3 in). Two portrait formats, each: 100 x 80 cm (39,3 x 31,4 in).
Made by Möller Hofhauspresse, Düsseldorf. Published by Junior Galerie (each with the label on the reverse). [AR].
• All 13 stations of the Sahara edition in the original frame and in very good condition.
• In the untouched Sahara desert, the artist set up a shimmering, sun-reflecting art project.
• In 1957 Heinz Mack and Otto Piene founded the ZERO group.
• His works are international museums like the Museum of Modern Art in New York or the London Tate Gallery.
PROVENANCE: Private collection Baden-Württemberg.