KEVIN BERLIN, CANNES VIEWING ROOM TRAILER

ABOUT THE VIDEO:

CANNES VIEWING ROOM trailer features the World Premiere of Kevin Berlin's exhibition at the Cannes Film Festival, 74th Edition. The Artist continues his career-long exploration of the figure with works from his latest "Quarantine” series. Presented at the Hôtel Barrière Le Majestic, just a short walk from the red carpet. VIEWING ROOM provides an opportunity to purchase important selected artwork. Live from July 22 - August 22, 2021 

 

TO VIEW THE PAINTINGS


The Artist wishes strength and healing during this challenging period. Stay safe! 


Special Thanks

Hôtel Barrière Le Majestic, Cannes, France

Ron Rice, Havana Sun, Quality Suncare Cosmetics 


Video and Video editing: Kevin Berlin, Honorata Perzanowska 


Kevin Berlin is an international artist best known for painting, sculpture, and performance. Berlin shares his time between Southampton, New York and Florence, Italy. Berlin, a Yale University Alumnus, studied at the Slade School of Fine Art and has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Shanghai Daily, The Miami Herald, USA Today, MTV, Tokyo Television, BBC Radio and over 40 television stations. Berlin's works are found in the collections of Buzz Aldrin, Barton G., Kim Basinger, Henry Buhl, President George W. Bush, Bill and Hillary Clinton, General Motors Corp., National YoungArts Foundation, HRH Princess Antonella de Orleans-Bourbon, Quincy Jones, Luciano Pavarotti, Ron Rice, and Pieter & Marieke Sanders. Recent solo exhibitions include New York, Miami, London and The Hague. 

www.kevinberlin.com/viewing-room 

@kevinberlin (instagram) 


CATEGORY: ART & EDUCATION, THERE IS NO MONETIZATION OF THIS VIDEO 


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