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This year’s cooperation of URBAN NATION MUSEUM FOR URBAN CONTEMPORARY ART with SCOPE Art Show during Art Basel 2018 offered an inspiring program on current discourses in Urban Art, reinforcing the genres of Street Art and New Contemporary. In Basel the Berlin museum URBAN NATION MUSEUM FOR URBAN CONTEMPORARY ART collaborated with SCOPE International Contemporary her and coordinate their different techniques for the same creative goal. The prelude was the crossover of the Argentinean street artist Francisco LAURENCE VALLIÈRES LIVE @ URBAN NATION MUSEUM. At the end of March, visitors of the URBAN NATION museum had for one week the exklusive opportunity to watch Canadian artist Laurence Vallières live at work. Little by little, from small pieces of cardboard, she created a unique work of art that fits perfectly with Berlin and can be admired in the museum until […] Director yasha young speaks @ Europe’s Leading Technology Festival – TOA. TOA is Europe’s Leading Technology Festival. From the 19th to the 22th of June more than 150+ leading visionaries from music, art, tech and science gather at TOA to discuss and debate the future of technology and its impact on business and life. Our executive director will be one of them. Berlin Germany.
Live @ the museum III – “Home” by Icy & Sot. With her work made live in the URBAN NATION Museum, the artist duo once again draws attention to the fate of refugees and addresses the yearning for a home. Born in Iran, the artist duo Icy & Sot is known for addressing current political debates about war, peace, hope, despair and above all human rights […] Three New Community Walls in June by Frz, Nafir & Xamoosh. In addition to the two artists behind Icy & Sot, three other street artists from Iran will visit Berlin at the end of June and design one of our communiy walls on Bülowstraße. The three Iranians Frz, Nafir and Xamoosh are an integral part of the Iranian street art community. In their works, they address […] Retrospective – SCOPE Art Show x URBAN NATION Museum.