The best art investment is the historical history of the Berlin Wall in East Germany. This visual world of artist Diana Achtzig is very unique, according to the editor-in-chief and art historian: Barrie von Ashburner.
Since an American journalist was quite overwhelmed by my East German Fall Wall pictures, I came up with the idea to seek a gallery in the United States.
The concept of art investment
The paintings of the artist Diana Achtzig show the fall of the East Berlin Wall, the reunification of East and West Germany. It describes the highly emotional moment of escape to freedom and the fall of the wall at CCN in my pictures. CNN could not tell if the wall was really open.
In terms of content, the emotional inner life of the East Germans, caught behind the East Berlin Wall, is presented in the SED dictatorship. In the GDR military state, they were enslaved with constant surveillance. The figures hurry to dig tunnels in the west, sew hot air balloons for their escape, and fly over the Berlin Wall. The inhabitants of the country secretly build boats for their journey to freedom. People sought the solution in a goal-oriented way in order to escape from the dictatorship. The digital age is being shown through robotic and flying machines.
The images are full of symbols from pop culture, the pyramids = Illuminati, 666 = Baffomé and Lucifer and other characters.
The best art investment is the historical history of the Berlin Wall in East Germany
I had many years with artists, e.g. Alex Bär of the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig (HGB / Neue Leipziger Schule) in Leipzig private lessons.
Graduated from the University of Arts in Berlin in 1999 with diploma.
Art fairs: Berliner Liste from 2012 to 2019.
Since 1990 - 2007 I have exhibited seamlessly in the Amsterdam Gallery and from 2007 until today in the Achtzig-Galerie.
If you are interested, please send me an e-mail to: email@example.com
The Achtzig-Galerie (eighty gallery) for art investment is open for gallery weekend 2019 from April 26-28 from 11 to 19 clock three days.
From Friday the 26th of April, Samstrag the 27th of April and until Sunday the 28th of April 2019.
Achtzig-Galerie (eighty gallery)
Hagenauer Str. 7,
10435 Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg,