04 April 2014

Streetart in Berlin

March 2014

Just a little peek on the massive amount of streetart in Berlin, not only on the remains of the Berlin Wall, but everywhere, especially a bit off the most touristy areas.

The Queen and air
The Queen needs some air - by raemann

Mural by Roa

Mural by Alice

Mural at Urban Spree
At the Urban Spree Galerie

The Queen
Another Queen

Checkmate by Mogul

Beercap star
Beercap star

Waterlily divers
Aiweiwei by Owys + Waterlily divers by Cazl

Inflatable streetart
Inflatable art

Artwork by Blu

Artwork by Blu

Narrative Urban Poland

Narrative Urban Poland
Urban Spree Galerie, Berlin
Drobczyk, M-City, Otecki, Zbiok
Polish Streetart

I wanted to see this exhibition of Polish streetartists, but the exhibition was being removed as I was there, but at least I could see the mural and the plywood items by M-City.

Artwork by M-city

Artwork by M-city

Artwork by M-city

02 April 2014

Project M/3

Project M/3
Martha Cooper (US), Dotdotdot (NO), Ernest Zacharevic (LT), Various and Gould (DE), M-City (PL), Levalet (FR), Plotbot (DE), Martin Whatson (NO), Evol (DE), Buff Diss (AUS)
Organized by Urban Nation
Curated by Nuart
Bülowstrasse 99, Berlin
March 2014

In a project of transforming a building into a public gallery featuring a wide range of international important artists, Urban Nation has created a temporary new sight in the center of Berlin, inviting Nuart as curator. The building is visible both from the street and from the subway, and stirred surprise from quite some few of the passing people, others had already gotten used to it. 
Mural by Tankpetrol
Tankpetrol on Urban Nation office wall

M/3 Facade view
Bülowstrasse 99 facade 

Artwork by Rone

Artwork by Various and Gold
Various and Gold

Artwork by Levalet

Artwork by Evol

Artwork by M-City

Artwork by David Hochbaum
David Hochbaum

Artwork by Martha Cooper
Martha Cooper

Artwork by Dotdotdot + Buff Diss
Dotdotdot + Buff Diss

Artwork by Martin Whatson
Martin Whatson

Artwork by Plotbot

Artwork by Ernest Zacharevic
Ernest Zacharevic
(The piece also had toilet vacuum sticks attached to it at first)