Random Mirrors

Carsten Höller, Mirror Carousel (2005) (photographer unknown via aquivaiumadica)

Willy van Rooy in Salvador’s sunglasses, photographed by Helmut Newton, Paris 1971 for French Vogue. (via http://pinterest.com/pin/472737292105681949/)

For Renaissance artists, in the 15th and 16th centuries, the mirror was a new, technical tool, not only as an aid for self-portraits but for all aspects of painting, its uses and (symbolic) implications were specific and of great importance. In the 21st century, for us, at Mimi Berlin, the mirror represents ourselves, vanity, luxury, fidelity and the truth (as we see it and as we like to hide it)

Let's make some conversation! xoxo Mimi Berlin

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