In 1973, the Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris presented an important retrospective of Heinz Mack’s work. Yet during the ensuing decades, as the artist’s career took on international scope, his presence diminished on the French artistic scene. The current exhibition thus proposes reviving this essential reformer from the history of abstract art. With enthusiastic support from the artist as well as major lenders and institutions, the gallery has selected for this exhibition a substantial group of more than seventy works, including some very old ones that have never been shown in public. The presentation will exceptionally take place in all of the spaces of the Galerie Perrotin in Paris, and will link together works of various formats, natures, and periods in order to highlight the main lines, if not the “whole spectrum,” of a broad career.