Fragments dʼune fleur – dédié à Romina is a series of works depicting a period of evolution and change. Through her iconic female protagonist Nana, Mina Mania tells the story of her friend and muse, Romina, to whom she also dedicates the series. Nana lives through the various stages of a separation. At the beginning of the series, Mina Maniaʼs main character Nana is depicted fragmentarily, deformed, more abstract, and thrown together. The legibility of Mina Maniaʼs lettering is accordingly difficult and cryptic. In the end, the image structure appears resolute and clear.
The exhibition will be on display at the Make Your Mark Gallery for the entire Flow weekend and end of the month after the festival
Mina Mania is a polymorphic artist with a strong sense of aesthetics and style. She lives and works in Berlin while traveling a lot for her international projects. Her sparkling imagination, combined with technical skills and passion for the extraordinary, make her work exceptional. Mina Maniaʼs creative practice is dynamic and flowing. Central to this is the union and the juxtaposition of round and angular forms in a harmonious pictorial composition. Thus, she places organic and geometric imagery in a vibrant context. Mina’s large-scale works are full of vitality and energy, always conveying a powerful expression that immerses the viewer in her artistic universe. Her iconic creation “Nana,” a woman with super feminine assets, convinces with an aura of self-confidence, style, courage, and female power.
Fri 12.8. 15.30 – 21.30
Sat 13.8. 14.00 – 21.00
Sun 14.8. 13.00 – 18.00
Festival days you need a valid ticket to the Flow Festival to visit in the exhibition. https://www.flowfestival.com/en/tickets
Mina Mania: Fragments dʼune fleur – dédié à Romina