Discover new street art in Berlin with URBAN NATION Museum
Street and Urban Art takes Berlin, and a four-storey former residential and commercial building in Bülowstraße, house number 97 stands out particularly prominently.
The museum is a unique location for exhibitions, research and exchange around urban contemporary art. The museum exhibits regularly changing exhibitions from its own unique collection and houses the Martha Cooper Library. The photojournalist was the first to see the emergence of Urban Art through her photo documentation.
The URBAN NATION MUSEUM is part of the URBAN NATION network. At regular intervals, URBAN NATION brings national and international icons into the city. Since 2013, URBAN NATION has been able to attract a total of 219 artists, who have created 320 large and many smaller works (Murals). Streetart greats like Handiedan, Jeff Soto or Dan Witz have already pulled the can here. Their works of art can be seen along the entire street and in the adjoining streets, sometimes as meterhohe Murals, then again quite small, almost hidden on pillars and blinds.
Behind Urban Nation stands the Berlin life, a foundation of the Gewobag. Their goal is to promote art and culture.