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Sale: 467 / Post War II, June 08. 2018 in Munich Lot 312

Lot description
Lamellen-Relief. 1966 /2003.
Object . Acrylic glass, aluminum and stainless steel.
Signed and dated in lower left. Verso of the covering signed, dated and inscribed "Replik von 1966". 79 x 66.5 x 12 cm (31.1 x 26.1 x 4.7 in).
The artwork was destroyed by fire and reconstructed by Heinz Mack.

Accompanied by a written expertise by Prof. Heinz Mack from February 2015.

PROVENANCE: Galerie Geiger, Konstanz.
Private collection Germany.
Private collection Southern Germany.
Private collection Northern Germany.

LITERATURE: Iris Nestler (editor), Mack - Licht im Glas, ex. cat. Deutsches Glasmalerei-Museum, Linnich 2005, p. 53.
"My metal reliefs, I prefer to call them light reliefs, need light instead of colors to come alive.. The potential beauty of these structures would be pure expression of the beauty of light."
Heinz Mack, quote from: Sehverwandtschaften, Galerie Neher, p. 80.

Heinz Mack
Lamellen-Relief, 1966/2003.
Post auction sale: € 34,000 / $ 40,800

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