Nachschlag – An Exhibition of Giants

photos: Maik Lagodzki

If there is one thing I really like in terms of art it’s gigantic artworks. That’s probably one of the reasons I like big street art murals, because where else would you have the space to create art in the size of a house. The art students of the UdK and KH Weißensee definately found a space for their huge canvases in the studios at the Uferhallen in Wedding. I love this place, not only because of their awesome restaurant Pförtner, but also because this place seems so independant and free from the hype around Neukölln.

This Saturday the students will celebrate the opening of their group show Nachschlag which will feature mainly huge paintings. I’m really excited about this show and will definately go there. When I discovered the photos by Maik Lagodzki who already made his way to the studios and took some photos of the work in progress I got even more enthusiastic about it. Get an impression of what is expecting you on Saturday after the jump!

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photos: Maik Lagodzki


A discourse on 2500sqm – works by the students of the UdK and KH Weißensee

Vernissage: Saturday, June 22, 2013, 18h

Exhibition open June 23-28, 2013, 14-19h

Finissage and boxing fight: Friday, June 28, 2013, 19h


Uferstraße 8-11

13357 Berlin

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