Günther Grass dedicated him the character of the painter “Lankes” in “Die Blechtrommel”,
Josef Beuys called him “living chaos” and
Bob Dylan played together with him on Times Square:
The exceptional Krefeld artist HERBERT ZANGS lived an unsettled and adventurous life. He left behind a trailblazing oeuvre that influenced artists and post-war art in Germany to an extent that was completely comprehended only after his death.
You can now enjoy a spectacular exhibition dedicated to paying homage to the complete spectrum of his enduring accomplishments which span four decades.
The Galerie Terminus will show 20 of his most exceptional works together for the first time, some of which had been secluded in a private collection for 30 years.
Herbert Zangs (14a weiss)
„Knüpfung mit Garnrollen“, 1979
Garnrollen, Bindfaden, Betttuch
160 x 100 cm
Signiert und datiert unten rechts Zangs 79