Headless Girls

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Circus Legends: Headless Girls

Mimi Berlin’s Circus legends came to life! Meet them in the photoseries by Wendelien Daan.

Dutch Photographer Wendelien Daan and Mimi Berlin collaborated on the photo series ‘Headless Girls’. They imagined two women who used to work being a circus act in the 20th century. These “Headless Girls” meet again, after decades, at a park.


headless girl 1 by Mimi Berlin

headless girl 2 by Mimi Berlin

 

(Photocredits: Mimi Berlin/Wendelien Daan)

The images above are available in an edition of 5, pigment print, 30×45. Headless Girl 2 (signed ed 1/5) is donated by Mimi Berlin to the YIPArt photo auction 2019

Scarves

Silk scarf Stallion and silk scarf Mirror Designed by Mimi Berlin, inspired by The History of Circus Legends series of statuettes.

The scarves are made in a limited edition of 50 pieces; 90 x 90 cm digitally printed on 100% silk twill with a hand rolled seam. They are sold out

 

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Giant Albino Rabbit

3-D Printed Giant Albino Rabbit.

The Headbalancer rabbit from the History of Circus Legends series of statutettes. has become a giant: 20 cm tall! Available in a limited edition of 10 signed and numbered pieces. The Giant Albino Rabbit is painted by hand.

The rabbit was created by Mimi Berlin in 2013 as part of The History of Circus Legends. His name is Dinky and he is a Head Balancer.

This statuette has always been everyone’s favorite. Most of the Circus Legend statuettes have been sold but The original Dinky always will be part of Mimi Berlin’s private collection.

Giant Albino Rabbit #1 is part of Mimi Berlin’s Cabinet of Short Stories.

Currently also available at Magasin Horas in The Hague.

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