One of the artists on display was Gunther Uecker. The piece, Nageledre 1979, is pictured above and below as a close up. Uecker, from Germany, and was a member of the avant-garde group ZERO. In the late 50s he was at the forefront of the movement to rejuvenate art (it is not a coincidence that this same period is when German filmmaking came alive again). Uecker is, indeed, a filmmaker. He works in a slew of media and as his career progressed he preferred to use natural materials. His work is at some of the finest modern museums in the world including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Tate Modern, Georges Pompidou Center and many others. His work was shown by other galleries as well and some of those pieces will come up later.