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Invitation for the exhibition “Forum ’62”, in Centrum voor Kunstambachten (St. Pietersabdij), Ghent, 1962

Inv. no.: mkp.ZERO.1.VII.127, Holdings Heinz Mack, ZERO foundation, Düsseldorf

The exhibition "Forum '62" took place from May 06 to June 03, 1962. Forum '62 was an initiative of the Nationaal Centrum voor Moderne Kunst, founded by the poet Paul de Vree. In addition to Heinz Mack, Otto Piene and Günther Uecker, the works of Lucio Fontana, Yves Klein, Christian Megert, Uli Pohl and Jef Verheyen were on display.

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Poster for the exhibition “Forum ’62” at the Centrum voor Kunstambachten (St. Pietersabdij), Ghent, 1962

Inv.-No.: mkp.ZERO.1.VII.115, Holdings Heinz Mack, ZERO foundation, Düsseldorf.

The exhibition "Forum '62" took place from May 06 to June 03, 1962. Forum '62 was an initiative of the Nationaal Centrum voor Moderne Kunst, founded by the poet Paul de Vree. In addition to Heinz Mack, Otto Piene and Günther Uecker, the works of Lucio Fontana, Yves Klein, Christian Megert, Uli Pohl and Jef Verheyen were on display.

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Heinz Mack, Self-portrait in the exhibition “Forum ’62”, at the Centrum voor Kunstambachten (St. Pietersabdij), Ghent, 1962

Inv. no.: mkp.ZERO.1.V.56, Holdings Heinz Mack, ZERO foundation, Düsseldorf. Photo: Heinz Mack

The exhibition "Forum '62" took place from May 06 to June 03, 1962. Forum '62 was an initiative of the Nationaal Centrum voor Moderne Kunst, founded by the poet Paul de Vree. In addition to Heinz Mack, Otto Piene and Günther Uecker, the works of Lucio Fontana, Yves Klein, Christian Megert, Uli Pohl and Jef Verheyen were on display.

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ZERO Demonstration on the Rheinwiesen, Düsseldorf, 1962, sequence from the tv film: „0 x 0 = kunst: maler ohne farbe und pinsel“ by Gerd Winkler, Hessischer Rundfunk, first broadcast on 27 June 1962. The ZERO Demonstration took place on 17 May 1962.

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Exhibition „Forum 62“,, 1962

St. Pietersabdij, Gent. Inv.-No: mkp.ZERO.1.V.52, early legacy of Heinz Mack, ZERO foundation, Düsseldorf. Photo: Heinz Mack.

The exhibition was divided into two parts: "Confrontation", which included works of artists of different backgrounds, and "ZERO". The special feature of the ZERO-part was that the works were placed freely in the room with the help of stands, instead of being hung up on a wall.