Berlin Art at Site Otto Petri	Meeresgrund
Otto Petri
Treptower Park
Another ugly cyclope Meeresgrund by Otto Petri looks fascinated at an attractive sleeping woman. This is not a good work of art, but the simple natural material evoke a primal force and sensuality.

In the essay by ArtAtSite this artwork is compared with the following artworks. Check this link for the essay.

Willem de Kooning created with Reclining Figure (Rotterdam, picture 1) an artwork that is attractive, three-dimensional, raises many associations by the experienced viewer. This is a good piece of art that fits in a city where functionality and sobriety is important, yet whith an alternative subculture within the artistic scene.

Jonathan Meese does with Humpy Dumpy (Berlin, picture 2, more information) no effort to create a "beautiful" artwork but is convincing critical on the transience and futility of power and violence.

These ugly giant Öffentliche Rose by Rolf Szymanski (Munich, picture 3, more information) shows himself as he is. If you look closely, a rose might become visible. Don’t you think that fading flowers are aesthetically? Vulnerable, rich in color, after years familiar with the house on the backside. Besides, this artwork is surrounded by ancient trees and mansions.

The artwork William by Rebecca Warren (London, picture 4, more information) is touching for its ugliness. Because of the lack of humor, eloquence or aesthetic value it’s hard to be positive about the artwork.
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