Published by Hatje Cantz. Foreword by Anthony Cragg. Text by Heinz-Norbert Jocks, Norman Rosenthal, Corinna Thierolf, Jon Wood. Contribution by Thomas A. Lange.
One of the founders of the ZERO art movement, German artist Heinz Mack (born 1931) has created sculptures distinguished by their relationship to light and movement. This monograph examines his sculptures in diverse mediums such as stone, metal, wood, glass and ceramics.
Published by Richter Verlag. Text by Anina Baum, Lisa Bosbach, Sabine Fabo, Julia Giebeler, Jee-Hae Kim, Heinz Mack, Eva Rieß, Raphael Smazoch, Susanne Titz, Francesca Valentini, Franziska Wagner.
The kinetic sculptures of Heinz Mack (born 1931) are some of the genre’s most enduring works. One of the three founding members of the Zero group, Mack created works that produce astounding effects of light, as well as motorized reliefs and outdoor installations that fuse natural and artificial light. This beautifully produced volume offers the definitive examination of Mack’s kinetic oeuvre.
Cofounder of Germany's Zero Movement, sculptor Heinz Mack (born 1931) has helped to define and extend the vocabularies of kinetic and light art over the past 50 years. This comprehensive publication casts light upon all phases of Mack's development, and is accompanied by commentary from the artist himself and some of his most esteemed critics.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Stephan Geiger, Andrea Horvay, Marlene Lauter, Gunda Luyken.
German artist Heinz Mack (born 1931) was a co-founder of the internationally influential movement known as the Zero Group. Best known for his reliefs and installations made in the medium of light, Mack describes his works on paper as the “grammar” of his art. This volume features a selection of drawings--most of them previously unpublished--in pencil, ink, charcoal and pastel.
Published by Kerber. Text by Beate Reifenscheid, Dieter Honisch, Heinz Mack.
German artist Heinz Mack (born 1931) is one of the founders of the early 1960s avant-garde group Zero, whose other members included Otto Piene, Lucio Fontana and Hans Haacke. Mack's experiments in light--his luminous reliefs, steles and rotors--fabricated at the height of his affiliation with Zero, are the focus of this volume.