Bernd Caspar Dietrich
Bernd Caspar Dietrich (1957) lives and works in the artpark Hoher Berg in Schermbeck-Gahlen, North Rhine-Westphalia. His works are represented internationally in public and private collections.
As part of the UN campaign Orange the World - End Violence against Women and Girls, Bernd Caspar Dietrich has created a benefit edition: Metamorphosis ORANGE25.
The edition, which we publish in cooperation with the renowned artist, is published in a limited and signed edition of only 99 copies. It is a silkscreen in a beautiful medium size of 70 x 80 cm, printed on strong handmade paper. Each individual copy is hand-painted over by Bernd Caspar Dietrich, making it unique.
The patron of the benefit project is NRW Interior Minister Herbert Reul. The proceeds of the benefit edition will be donated to women's shelters. This will contribute to the important work of the women's shelters.
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