New One Wall by Fanakapan – Believe in dog

Last week an old friend and companion of the URBAN NATION MUSEUM FOR URBAN CONTEMPORARY ART followed the invitation of director Yasha Young to enrich Berlin’s cityscape with a new ONE WALL: Fanakapan. His latest work of art now adorns […]


As one of the first museums in Germany, the URBAN NATION MUSEUM FOR URBAN CONTEMPORARY ART builds the bridge between the analogue museum and the digital world through its cooperation with the museum-app SmARTify. Utilizing the free app is a […]

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Feature: Ann Lewis

You should know this artist: Ann Lewis is famous for her impressive, politically charged installations and performances. The US-American activist artist deals controversially with topics such as social justice, women’s rights, police brutality and environmental protection in her artworks and […]

URBAN NATION Berlin. Vegan Flava. Community Wall. Street Art. Urban Art. Urban Contemporary Art.
Vegan Flava

Vegan Flava is a Swedish street art artist from Stockholm who is known for his very mystical style. In his works he takes a critical look at current socio-political problems. Vegan Flava has worked several times with URBAN NATION. His latest Community Wall was created in May 2019 and can be admired in Berlin’s Frobenstraße, not far from the URBAN NATION Museum.

Forest Rogers

Forest Rogers at Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh, receiving a Bachelor in Stage Design, and a Master in Costume Design. She is a prize-winning sculptor that shares her experiences in vast and exciting new ways. Her work can be found on her collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/14 in 2019.

Yousuke Kawashima

Yousuke Kawashima was born in Japan in 1978. While he was still attending High School, he realized his first exhibition. Kawashima himself describes the main theme of his art as the depiction of an “Unusual Everyday Life”. In 2004 he completed his studies at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, followed by many shows throughout Japan. His work can be found on his collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/14 in 2019.


Born in Thailand, Vipoo Srivilasa moved to Australia at the age of 20. Artistically, he is concerned with the cultures of these two countries, as well as political and social issues such as the environment and migration. He works mainly with ceramics. Vipoo has been exhibiting his art worldwide for more than 20 years. In 2019 he collaborates with URBAN NATION for Project M/14.

Artist in Residence Programme

Urban contemporary art scouts out its place in the city. But art also craves freedom, space to let ideas grow, where talent is honed, and style and technology experience encouragement. With the Artist in Residence Programme, brought to life by […]


The collage-like images of the graffiti artist ELLE are now her trademark. For URBAN NATION she created a unique ONE WALL in Wienerstraße 42. The mural with the title “We are many, but allways one” shows important women from different […]