GERMANY: Streetart Berlin – More than 40 artists at North Side Gallery for Father’s Day Jam

On May 26th 2022, more than 40 urban artists redesigned parts of the North Side Gallery during the FATHER’S DAY JAM. Regardless of origin, socio-economic status and gender, the walls of the North Side Gallery, legalized by the GRAFFITI LOBBY BERLIN, were painted, glued and colourfully decorated together. Additionally the artist OLA from the STADTPIRATEN together with the artist DYSM diligently glued two large paste-up walls. Check out the huge photo gallery from the event!

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GERMANY: AUTARK – Graffiti Artist, Painter, Collagist & Sculptor from Berlin – Nature Awareness & Social Empathy

Today we introduce you to another brilliant person from the German capital Berlin. A passionate artist sparkling with innovation, at the same time an empathic, compassionate and critical activist. The creator AUTARK produces fascinating works in his art, as well he is a special energetic person and exudes warmth, sincerity and love. You notice this immediately when you meet him. This is exactly how he implements his works of art. With a lot of dedication and with a message. We spoke to AUTARK about his creative world in an extensive interview. Connected to the article are two pages about the recent exhibition Liberation and the showroom at Pop Kudamm.

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GERMANY: Streetart Berlin – Moabit – Union Sports Hall – 21er Gallery Artist Archive

The 21er Gallery‘s spray area includes several close by spots in the Berlin district of Moabit which the collective takes care of. The Union Sport Hall at Siemens Street is one of those creative places and new works are designed there at regular intervals. Projects and festivals take place, such as the annually Anti Racism Jam. Here is an extensive archive of the grandiose works of art on the hall wall sorted by artist.

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ITALY: Fantastic Painter Claudio Parentela – Abstract Mixed Media Experiments – Collages, Comics & Drawings

The works of the Italian artist Claudio Parentela from Catanzaro are basically a creative combination of a multitude of works of art. In turn, he often created these parts individually himself. In other words, pictures were painted, photos taken, cutouts sawn, glued or stapled from a wide variety of materials. But pages from catalogs, objects from the garbage or the last purchase receipt can also be integrated. Everything is possible with Claudio and he is particularly fascinated by the absurd and the unthinkable. The central drive and the fundamental theme of his art is freedom.

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GERMANY: Streetart Weißwasser – Graffiti & Urban Art Collection – NEW 3RD EYE MOVEMENT

Weißwasser or Oberlausitz is a large district town in north-eastern Saxony. It lies in the midst of a lignite-rich heathland between the Lusatian Lake District and the German-Polish border. With its rise from a rural village to an industrial town, Weißwasser grew from a population of around 1000 in 1885 to over 38,000 in 1988 and then fell back to 16,000 in 2020. The place is now a small town again, but offers great urban artworks in its streets. Here we have a collection of fantastic graffiti and streetart from Weißwasser. The images were contributed by photographer and artist CORS ONE from the crew N3M aka NEW 3RD EYE MOVEMENT.

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POLAND: Streetart Dzierżoniów – Graffiti and Stencil – Urban Art Collection

Dzierżoniów is a mountain town in Poland’s Lower Silesian Voivodeship in the northeastern foothills of the Owl Mountains. The place was created before 1230 and was first mentioned in 1250. Worth seeing are the parish church of St. George, the Augustinian monastery, the historic city wall complex or the imposing town houses on the ring road from the 19th century with creative facade decorations. But not only there, but also on many other walls and buildings around you can also find fantastic modern street art and graffiti.

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GERMANY: Urban Art Archive and Streetart Documentation – Kollektive Offensive – Frankfurt, Erfurt, Jena & Berlin

Colours on the wall! Today we have another special graffiti article for you. We introduce you to the group Kollektive Offensive from Germany. They are photographers, documentators and historians for urban art, street creations or just odd things you find behind a bench. And they are preserving the interesting stuff from the city for more than a decade on their platform. Since 2010, the collective has been extensively documenting graffiti, creativity and oddities around town.

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ITALY: Mysterical Wizard & Magical Performance – Alessandro De Giacomo aka MAGO DEGIA

Do you believe in magic? You should, because we always need miracles. There is so much we don’t know about. Supernatural, magical or something between spiritual and science. Just because we don’t understand it doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. In this interview, the magician ALESSANDRO DE GIACOMO aka MAGO DEGIA from Italy takes us into the world of magic, tells us about how he became a supernatural performer and explains what it’s like to be a wizard.

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GERMANY: Streetart Berlin – Minimalistix Gallery – Exhibition – ENERGETIC ART 2 – 7.5.22 till 27.5.22

From 7th till 27th of May 2022 the exhibition ENERGETIC ART 2 took place at the MINIMALISTIX GALLERY in Bülow Street 11 in Berlin. It is the third exhibition at the new wonderful art space in the premises of CENGIZ TATAR‘s allaround shop where the project started with a first vernissage on February 10th, 2022. This third event shows works from the eight artists TALISSA MEHRINGER, HÜLPMAN, ANGELA MARTINEZ, PHISEL, CAROLINE O, MERLIN 007 and RABEA SENFTENBERG.

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GERMANY: Fantastic artist Peter Blohmann – Decalcomania & Graffiti – Troglodytisch

Patience and rest is the man in person. The elaboration of small details and an eye for the most minimal strokes, which then result in the combination in the big, dragon and zombies. If you admire the painting from far it looks like a peaceful oil painted landscape. If you move closer, you can see the cave entrances and the “troglodytes”. It can still be perceived only as a landscape or only as a mountain. But the way it is drawn is very much in favor of all other interpretations. A mish-mash with colour and imagination, nevertheless as an open play ball for the observer. You can stay in front of these artworks for hours and still find something new.

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