Berlin Art@Site Miriam Lenk Yolanda

Miriam Lenk

Nachodstraße 8
Although Yolanda by Miriam Lenk does not have the perfect porportions, she is so attractive that it's hilarious.
By Theo,

Compared with other works
Wolfgang Matteuer's Jahrhunderschritt (Berlin, picture 1, more information) depicts a person off which does not correspond to the ideal of beauty. This person makes an incredibly big step forward and is apparently incredibly strong. Wolfgang Matt Heuer knows Jahhundertschritt ('One Hundred Years Step', Berlin) to portray a convincing person without the use of perfect shapes, proportions and colors.

With Der Gestürzte Krieger by Markus Lüpertz (Berlin, picture 2, more information) we witness the last moment of a brave man who has fought for a good cause. The materialization is shocking; the person already appears to defend.

Nothing wrong; Europe Power Handstand. Ernst Leonhard's (Berlin, picture 3, more information) work plays catchy way with a heavy body that adopts a onwaarschijlijke attitude.

It is so painful to walk through an intimate space of two lovers who are totally vulnerable meeting. Maybe the people of Wohin Gehst Du by Andreas Wegner (Berlin, picture 4, more information), experience their last moments together.

Although Karl Bobek's Torso (Berlin, picture 5, more information) of a man impersonates who is actively involved, the man also seems to perish. This man confronts effectively serious issues of life and mortality.

The artwork Allison Lapper Pregnant by Marc Quinn (London, picture 6, more information) is contradictory: a flawed body is performed in one of the finest materials, made a human deficit exhibited no single gene. It is logical that this evokes a fierce resistance in many people. This artwork is a masterpiece by the perfect execution and lifelike expression and fundamental discussions it evokes.
By Theo,