Now that the quarantine rules seem to be easing down and more and more people start to brave the outdoors, we’re all turning our attention to the surrounding environment that some of us tried to avoid for many days. The art project Claude is making this experience more inspiring by placing artworks in the urban space for all of us to discover.

The project Claude is devoted to creating unconventional encounters between art and audiences. Rather than rescheduling their program of events due to the pandemic, the creators behind the project decided to tackle the challenge in a creative way and did not fail to bring the art ”closer to the people”.

 

 

By distributing 160 artworks from 15 young creators across the neighborhoods of Kreuzberg, Neukölln, Prenzlauer Berg, Mitte, Charlottenburg, Wilmersdorf, and Grunewald, project Claude is transforming Berlin’s urban space into a collective visual art experience. As they explain: “Art gives hope and a sense of calm in this time and we want to share it with all Berliners”.

If you spot one of the project Claude artworks before May 30th and share it with the right tag, you may have the chance to win a limited hand-designed artwork! Follow @leclaudeberlin on Instagram to find out more.

 

 

 

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Michalina
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on May 18th, 2020
in Art