Berlin Art Week

Acrylic paint on cardboard. 60×70 cm. artwork by Marion Ditzen. Title: “Keine Gähngefahr mehr auf der Artig Week: König Hui und das Ming-Pling-Bling.” Any resemblances to real persons are purely accidental and not the intent of the artist.

I would like to remind you of the Berlin Art Week, which is taking place this week in Berlin:

The fourth Berlin Art Week will be held this year from 15–20 September 2015. For six days, art lovers from all over the world will gather in Berlin.

By the way I hope the above artwork by Marion Ditzen will eventually be donated FOR SALE for supporting a local restoration project here in Marzahn. I might eventually talk about that project later. Please try to convice the artist in the comment section below that the donation for such a project would be a good idea.

One Response to “Berlin Art Week”

  1. a handshake from the art world Says:

    It seems Marion Ditzen and you are in urgent need for a feedback, otherwise you wouldn’t have gotten at all the idea that this “artwork” might be sold for more than 2 $.

    So yes- it is obvious! – you haven’t participated much in the global multicultural art discourse. The instructionists view of an unilateral interpretational position is completely obsolete. The decomposition of colonialisationistic situations provides a unique field experience of crucial atavistism inspired cultural approaches. It is an important step in establishing a liberating, confirmative quantum leap via revolutionary forstructionistic methodologies. That is indiginous activism inspired advancements may a priori encourage ground-breaking investigations into a crucial systemic revisionistic Modus operandii, but your “artwork” is a revanchistic piece which tries to stiffle the fragile open art dialogue with outdated realism infused cliché-prototyping. Sorry for the clear words but I thought this was necessary.

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