GERMANY: Streetart Berlin – Minimalistix Gallery – Exhibition – MR. C – CAOK

A short exhibition with an interesting program took place at MINIMALISTIX GALLERY from 15th till 17th of December about “The incedible art of MR. C” or in German “Die unlaubliche Kunst des MR. C“. Numerous fantastic works of the artist MR. C aka CAOK were shown, in addition the artist ZAST painted live at the vernissage. On December 16th DJ DEJOE was on the turntables and on December 17th the artists TRA and SEROK 1312 gave two live painting shows. The works were auctioned at the finissage and the proceeds were donated to the association for educational assistance “Kinderhaus Berlin Mitte e.V.”, who take care of children in need of help

Event Poster

Artwork (1)  –  She likes the Sun

You can see a woman switching off from everyday stress, letting herself go and enjoying the sun.

Artwork (2)  – Fortstep Paradise

Between beauty and garbage: A picture-perfect woman sits in a paradisiacal place. But she has no more clothes, because mass consumption in a throwaway society means she can no longer afford anything. She is surrounded by fully functional yet discarded things: an e-scooter, a smartphone, a deposit bottle.

Artwork (3)  –  Sweet Devil

The devil in female form: she begrudges no one anything, thinks only of herself, spreads lies. She doesn’t know love, only money.

Artwork (4)  –  Der Art Ort

The art place. Shown is a (night)dream: A woman has given up. Broken by society – bullying at work and a huge mountain of debt – she takes the wrong path. With this picture, the artist wants to make people think and remind them: There is always a new day!

Artwork (5)  –  Colors – Die Farbige

The title “Colors – Die Farbige” does not refer to skin color. Nobody is colored, no human being is colored! This woman is in the paint bucket, her hand sticks out. She is soaked by the colors and cultures of the world.

Artwork (6)  –  Censored

To see is a pretty woman – naked. It was censored by the artist out of respect for women and their values. Too many people get lost in the Mendienwelt, show themselves unclothed in social networks – for clicks and supposed recognition. But you are also just so beautiful!

Artwork (7)  – She is free

A woman in a burqa, completely veiled – above her blue eyes is written in Arabic script “Alymany”, which means “German”. She has chosen this herself and without coercion. The black glow symbolizes the outside world, from which she is verbally attacked. She is a self-confident, strong woman. The yellow glow around her stands for the people who say: Stop racism!

Artwork (8)  –  Crime or not

Three women: On the left of the picture, a woman writes on the wall with a pen – Crime or not. She has headphones on so that she doesn’t hear what society says to her and about her. The woman in the middle is the law – blindfolded. Turn a blind eye: graffiti is not murder or human trafficking! On the right of the picture a woman symbolizes all the citizens who tolerate graffiti and say with a hand gesture: We join in!

Artwork (9)  –  Dreams

A beautiful woman lies on her side and dreams away – because dreams are important in life! With the harmonious play of colors around her, the artist symbolizes the dreams.

Artwork (10)  – Mask World

In this picture, the obligation to wear a mask is depicted in an exaggerated way, and in the background you can see a nuclear explosion. The artist refers to past and current wars and thus appeals to the people: Learn from mistakes! Before it is too late. In this picture all life is extinguished – there is only this woman.

Artwork (11)  –  Metro Medusa

The hair of this woman is the Berlin subway. She is the Metro Medusa and guards the trains. In the upper left of the picture you can see the remains of a subway security – after he looked into her eyes. The Metro Medusa does not like surveillance! She prefers color for her beautiful hair – in the form of graffiti.

Artwork (12)  –  MR. C  Metroplan Berlin

A S-Bahn train that burns and breaks.

Artwork (13)  –  MR. C  Backpiece Jacke

To see: The Fehrbelliner Platz subway station. A green monster holds its hand above it – it symbolizes the appropriation of spots in Berlin. Below it stands a B.Boy with folded arms, behind him the entire Berlin route network. This character is cheeky and says, I paint what I see. Above in blue the lettering LTX.

Artwork (14)  –  Westkreuz

MR. C brought along his favorite S-Bahn station: For home – with light!

Artwork (15)  –  Ich liebe die S-Bahn

I love the S-Bahn. MR.C has designed a bag. A unique piece for woman and man, with lots of space inside. Sustainably handmade from recycled materials – for a good cause.

Artwork (16)  –  Berlin 1001 Nacht

Artwork (17)  –  Das Auge sieht alles

“The eye sees all” – Directed at the surveillance of the population by cameras – depicted like a hunting trophy.

Artwork (18)  –  Untiteled

Artwork (19)  –  Untiteled

Artwork (20)  –  Shadows

Artworks  MR. C

The Artist

Live music with the barrel organ man


Artist:  CAOK  –  KAOK  –  ABU CAOK  –  MR. C



Crew:  LTX  –  LUNATIX




Gallery:  MINIMALISTIX GALLERY & COFFEE  –  Owner: Cengiz Tatar

Location:  Bülowstraße 11,  Berlin Schöneberg

  Open:  Mo – Fr: 19 – 21,  Sa: 18 – 21,  So: 12 – 21



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