The URBAN NATION museum in Berlin and Amnesty International are celebrating International Women’s Day together on the 8th of March. In collaboration with the artist Katerina Voronina, a mural has been created to honour the murdered human rights defender Marielle Franco. 50 litres of acrylic paint now adorn a building facade in Berlin’s central Kreuzberg district.
With a Brave Wall in Berlin, Amnesty International is raising a public monument to the work of human rights defenders. The mural by artist Katerina Voronina is being created in cooperation with the URBAN NATION museum to mark International Women’s Day on 8 March 2021.
“Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” will run at the URBAN NATION museum until 1 August 2021A first: the opening was also streamed live After being closed for a month, the URBAN NATION museum reopened last Friday with the exhibition Martha Cooper: Taking […]
Born in Ecuador, visual artist Roberto Rivadeneira is known for his colourful and large-scale murals, which he paints all over the world. As part of the URBAN NATION Museum’s ONE WALL programme and at the invitation of director Jan Sauerwald, […]
The URBAN NATION MUSEUM FOR URBAN CONTEMPORARY ART presents a six-decade retrospective of Martha Cooper’s photographs. Combining photographs and personal artifacts, MARTHA COOPER: TAKING PICTURES traces her life from her first camera in nursery school in 1946 to her reputation […]
Graffiti pop at Artpark Tegel.Giant collage commemorates “Otto Lilienthal” airport. Swiss artist BustArt’s newly created mural on the lake-facing facade of Neheimer Strasse 4, entitled “Departure”, establishes a connection to the “Otto Lilienthal” airport in Tegel, which is scheduled to […]
The painter, illustrator, musician and concept artist Jim Avignon has greatly influenced the city of Berlin since the early 1990s. As a street and pop art artist, Avignon not only made a name for himself with numerous exhibitions, live painting […]