Thank You Thank You Mr Comey

Thank You Thank You Mr Comey

We at Mimi Berlin don’t do politics, but this hearing*….we just had to watch the livestream provided by the Washington Post on YouTube (Thank You) And we just had to make this short clip. Watch senator Dianne Feinstein and senator Marco Rubio of the Senate Intelligence Committee thanking Mr James Comey and the chairman
http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=007vrW8XMxQ
Click the link below the movie to see it in a loop…that’s better, the best!

*June 2017/Former FBI Director James Comey came to testify before Congress in an open session regarding President Donald Trump’s alleged attempts to stop an investigation into White House officials and potential collusion with Russia.

Mimi Berlin tends to post more on instagram (@mimiberlin_amsterdam) these days than we do on this blog. What the heck! Let us just double post!

ArtEZ Arnhem Finals 2017 Faces on exhibit at Dudok

ArtEZ Arnhem Finals 2017 Faces on exhibit at Dudok

Just like last year JW Kaldenbach & Mimi Berlin got commissioned to portray the graduate bachelor students of ArtEZ Arnhem (University of Fine Arts situated in Arnhem, The Netherlands) and create an exhibition out of these portraits. The result of that collaboration will be on show at Dudok in June and July 2017.ArtEZ Arnhem Finals 2017 Faces on exhibit at Dudok

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Mom Maria from the PowderBox Girls by Mimi Berlin

Mom Maria from the PowderBox Girls by Mimi Berlin

Mom Maria is one of the PowderBoxGirls made by Mimi Berlin. Like all the other women in this series he has her own story; This is Maria, she is a secluded person and does her job at night in an anonymous way; she covers her face with latex. Maria was a stay-at-home mom by day, but her son just died. She is still in mourning so she visits his grave most of the time, Actually, she visits every day and brings flowers.Mom Maria from the PowderBox Girls by Mimi Berlin

Mom Maria, 2016, Mixed media (plastic cube, 1920s porcelain halfdoll, marked ‘foreign’. Compact powder box ‘Vogue’ 1970s, petit trinketbox with portrait of a boy, latex, oversized pin.) 10 x 10 cm. Continue reading