Sebastian Bieniek

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Sebastian Bieniek (born 24 april 1975) is a prominent German artist who is considered by some to be one of the most important Berlin living artists. He is also ranked as the no. 171 in the global thought leaders ranking.[1]

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Quotes from the notes[edit]

  • "The past is the strongest network we have, but the future is a much stronger one." - 01.03.2013, Notes [2]
  • "Internet made everbody beautiful" - 26.09.2012, Notes [3]

Quotes from the Perfect-Circles Bieniek-Text artworks[edit]

  • "Don't forget that everything will be forgotten" - 23.10.2014, title and content of a painting from the "Perfect Circles" series (no. 18)[4].
  • "Two letters are ten letters", 25.07.203, title and content of a painting from the "Perfect Circles" series (no. 8)[5].
  • "The most not individual wish is to be individual", 14.04.2014, title and content of a painting from the "Perfect Circles" series (no. 14)[6].
  • "Nothing changes nothing", 14.04.2014, title and content of a painting from the "Perfect Circles" series (no. 15)[7]
  • "Nothing and nothing is something", 15.04.2014, title and content of a painting from the "Perfect Circles" series (no. 16)[8]
  • "The reason for a big mistake is the rectification of a small one", 15.04.2014, title and content of a painting from the "Perfect Circles" series (no. 19)
  • "In the future everything'll be the same", 13.04.2014, title and content of a painting from the "Perfect Circles" series (no. 21)[9]
  • "All problems start when wished fullfilled", 28.06.2016, title and content of a painting from the "Perfect Circles" series (no. 23)[10]
  • "Emptiness is the new fullness", 02.07.2016, title and content of a painting from the "Perfect Circles" series (no. 25)[11]
  • "On the one hand you're right and on the other you're left", 20.07.2016, title and content of a painting from the "Perfect Circles" series (no. 26)[12]

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