“UN–DERSTAND THE POWER OF ART AS A SOCIAL ARCHITECT” at Urban Nation Museum of Contemporary Urban Art in Berlin

I’ve got a painting in this show at the new(ish) Urban Nation Musuem of Contemporary Urban Art. Curated by museum director Yasha Young.

 “Color On the Ritz”, Oil on paper adhered to wood, 36 x 24 inches, 2015

“Color On the Ritz”, Oil on paper adhered to wood, 36 x 24 inches, 2015

 Image courtesy of Urban Nation

Image courtesy of Urban Nation

September 27th 2018, 8 pm, marks the opening of the second big exhibition in the short history of the URBAN NATION MUSEUM FOR URBAN CONTEMPORARY ART: “UN—DERSTAND THE POWER OF ART AS A SOCIAL ARCHITECT“. In five years, URBAN NATION has grown “from vision to reality”. Throughout an eventful year since its opening, “the impossible museum” became „the living museum“ with around 600 visitors daily. With the new exhibition, “UN–DERSTAND THE POWER OF ART AS A SOCIAL ARCHITECT“, URBAN NATION takes a look back at its own history and one into the future.

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