Hinges in Green by Mimi Berlin

Hinges in Green MB Stock Images

A new diptych is added to Mimi Berlin’s image library for you to enjoy! This pair is called Door hinges in Green.

Dyptich Image Library

On the left MB000017 Green Door hinge. This image is a detail of ‘Home away from Home’ a sculpture by Do Ho Suh (photographed in 2019 at Museum Voorlinden) On the right; MB000018 Green Door hinge 2. This image is photographed at an old Marine building from 1915 in Amsterdam.

MB Stock Images

MB Stock Images is Mimi Berlin’s image library, photography also by Ms Berlin.
Added and unique value to this library is that you buy in pairs, always and only. In other words: it’s a diptych image library.

Have a look, maybe you need this imagery, and maybe you don’t. Either way, don’t say we didn’t offer. If you are interested please leave a reply and we’ll get in touch.
Have a nice day! xoxo Mimi Berlin

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Edoardo Tresoldi’s Mesh Buildings

Mesh Buildings

Edoardo Tresoldi creates “public space interventions” by building with mesh, in metal. Tresoldi also makes birds and people with mesh but we, at Mimi Berlin, prefer these huge and useless buildings. Up to today the largest house Edoardo built was for the 2018 Coachella Musics and Arts Festival in California, it’s named ‘Etherea’.

‘Etherea’ and ‘Sacral’ by Eduardo Tresoldi. ‘Home Within Home Within Home Within Home Within Home’ by Do Ho Suh.

Transparency

These works remind us of Do-Ho Suh’s sculptures, which are made in fabric but are equally transparent. Also, both artsists explore how to create houses and interiors. It would be nice to see their work in one place, don’t you think?

Edoardo Tresoldi

“Edoardo Tresoldi plays with the transparency of mesh and with industrial materials to transcend the time-space dimension and narrate a dialogue between Art and World, a visual summary which reveals itself in the fade-out of physical limitations.
Mixing classical and modern language, he generates a third one, strongly contemporary.” (read more/img via edoardotresoldi.com)