03-01-2013 02:58 PM CET - Arts & Culture

Saatchi works now together with German artist Christophe Didillon

Press release from: DIDILLON-ART

"Classic Car Dream", Photo Art, Christophe Didillon 2013

After his exhibitions in the "Kleiner Prinz" art gallery in Baden-Baden and the 24. "Maja and Friends" Art Salon in Berlin* in mid-February, the German artist Christophe Didillon ("WALLEY BERLIN"; 41) got the possibility to present his works in the Saatchi Gallery (see http://www.saatchionline.com/Didillon). For a long time, Saatchi has an excellent reputation within the London art scene and worldwide.

"I'm very happy to present my works now together with the internationally well known and prestigious Saatchi Gallery!", so the jubilant artist: "Finally I fight for a long time for my international breakthrough as an artist. I've always believed in me. Only with a will of iron one is able to reach his goal! I know that I'm making a very good art. But I was never fooling myself: I am aware of that there are countless other artists who are also very good, and all of them want their chance…
And I have great respect for the works of others. This is perhaps the reason for my own success. I think that without a regardful exposure to the works of others, I would have marked time in my own artistic development."

The all-round artist Christophe Didillon has already exhibited some works in China and in Germany as in Europe, where he got many extraordinary actions and colorful art projects on the way, too.
A few month ago, he wandered with a large wooden cross on his shoulders from Wuppertal to Cologne Cathedral. Didillon supported a petition to abolish the statutes of limitations for prosecution of child abuse (see www.netzwerkb.org/petition/ ) with it.
Actual, he is looking for sponsors for a "hairy" short film with the famous Hollywood beauty Kirsten Dunst, and by the way, he is gaining international importance with his colorful works of art.

Despite the cooperation with Saatchi, Didillon has not lost sight of the local art scene. So, the self-conscious artist is open-minded for further exhibition opportunities of his works in Germany and elsewhere.

* see http://www.majafluri.com/html/salon_maja___friends.html

Christophe Didillon (* in 1971); the many-sided artist made his mark with his WALLEY BERLIN art project referring to the fall of the Berlin Wall. The "German, European and international artist" of the present makes among other things miniature models of the Berlin Wall, which he designs individually. He is convinced that individual freedom is the highest value of human social live. With his works, he appeals to the people, to fight always and resolved for freedom and democracy.
A few years ago, he met Michael Gorbachev at a vernissage in Berlin, and he donated this man of note in appreciation one painting (see http://www.walley-berlin.de/meeting-mr-gorbatchev/ ).
Didillon fights for the rights of abused and maltreated children: for the abolition of the statutes of limitations for abuse and mistreatment of children Didillon pilgered with a large wooden cross (1.50 meters) from Wuppertal to Cologne Cathedral, to win people for the petition by Norbert Denef abolishing the limitation periods (cf. http://www.netzwerkb.org/petition/ ). See also http://www.netzwerkb.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/120830-Paul-Didillon-Reisebericht-Kreuzwanderung-Wuppertal%E2%80%A6.pdf

Christophe Didillon, M.A.
Eschenweg 1
D-26506 Norden / Germany


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