List of Artists

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Adolf Luther

Adolf Luther was a German painter and light sculptor, known for his installations that used reflective objects and lenses to capture light and movement.

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Bernard Aubertin

Bernard Aubertin is a French artist born in 1934, known for his monochromatic red paintings. Aubertin joined the ZERO group in 1961, at which time he began to use fire in his work.

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Enrico Castellani

Enrico Castellani was one of Italy's most influential artists associated with the zero movement, Movimento Arte Nucleare and Azimut.

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Gunther Uecker

Gunther Uecker ( Günther Uecker ) is a German sculptor and installation artist known above all for his relief nail art works, which he developed for the first time in 1957.

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Heinz Mack

Heinz Mack is a German painter and sculptor associated with Op Art, Light Art, and Kinetic Art, and co-founder of the ZERO movement. His style evolved throughout the 1950s, and he experimented with a number of different techniques and media.

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Henk Peeters

Henk Peeters was a Dutch artist, known for his mixed media works constructed from natural elements, tactile industrial materials, and found objects.

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Herman De Vries

Herman de Vries is a Dutch artist known for his wall reliefs and installations that explore principles such as repetition and the beauty of everyday objects.

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Kazuo Shiraga

Shiraga Kazuo was a Japanese modern artist whose works for the avant-garde groups of Gutai and Zero Kai established him as a leading author of his nation.

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Otto Piene

Otto Piene was a German painter, printmaker, environmental artist, and co-founder of the ZERO group. In 1957, he and Heinz Mack founded the ZERO group, which emphasized art void of color, emotion, and individual expression.

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Turi Simeti

Turi Simeti is an Italian artist who played an active role in the Zero art movement of 1960s and 1970s, along with artists like Lucio Fontana, Enrico Castellani, Piero Manzoni and Agostino Bonalumi.

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