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door Tijs Visser
6 April om 10:37 op Facebook

Zero will be acknowledged internationally

ZERO was the largest international art movement after the II World War. But there where Zero started, in Düsseldorf, we did not succeed to open a museum for Mack, Piene and Uecker and their international ZERO friends. Now it seems that a group of collectors in Deventer (NL) are working on an international ZERO museum. And the city Soncino near Milan decided on a building for a museum: the old studio from Piero Manzoni, here on the image. Let’s hope that, 60 years after its start, Zero will be acknowledged internationally, there where it also started: in Italy and Holland.


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