“For as long as I can remember, creative work has been at the center of what I do. By means of visual art I can communicate and express what cannot be put into words,” writes Timo Waldner of wandART. With […]
Smaller in size than the facade paintings of the ONE WALL series, the community walls around Bülowstrasse invite you to look over the shoulders of artists as they create a new artwork. The individual artistic positions are intended to enrich and enhance the street scene in the neighbourhood around the URBAN NATION museum. Community Walls enable the artists to express themselves freely and to get in touch with the residents of the neighbourhood.
For the facade of a daycare center on the first floor of Bülowstraße 55, the artist Hundertzehn has designed a COMMUNITY WALL with the kind support of Gewobag. Together with users and owners, Hundertzehn developed a motif that clarifies the […]
El Bocho is a welcome guest on Bülowstraße. His paste-up blends into the street’s fabric as naturally as is customary for the artist’s works. With wit and melancholy, the artist from Frankfurt has been working in Berlin for a long […]
In Frobenstraße, artist Jonathan James designed a new community wall. This new paste-up now fits in between the existing works by Miss Glueniverse and Peter Missing. It fits in and yet clearly stands out from the figurative representations of the […]
Have you spotted these new works in the URBAN NATION neighborhood yet? Before things went haywire due to Martha Cooper’s visit to Berlin in October 2021, JPS did us the honor and sprinkled Bülowstraße in Berlin-Schöneberg with some new treasures. […]
With the Community Wall on Frobenstraße in Berlin-Schöneberg, two artists have taken collage to a new level: On the surface of the 14 (!) meter long wall, two huge paste-ups were created, which deal with life in Berlin. The motto: […]
While New York artist Peter Missing was creating our latest Community Wall in Schöneberg, we took the opportunity to ask him about his beginnings in Germany in the 1990s, his working process, and the differences and similarities between New York City and Berlin.
The latest Community Wall by RON MILLER on the corner of Bülowstrasse and Zietenstrasse in Berlin-Schöneberg, shows a warrior fighting to end the pandemic. The paste-up is part of the artist duo’s HOPE OF TOMORROW series, which stretches throughout Berlin […]
In the run-up to The Versus Project, this community wall was created in the direct vicinity of the URBAN NATION project space. In well-known Layer Cake tradition, Patrick Hartl and Christian “c100” Hundertmark, the two curators of the group exhibition, created this collaborative work.