Berlin's smallest art house / Kleinstes Kunsthaus in Berlin

Berlin's smallest art house / Kleinstes Kunsthaus in Berlin URBAN ART CLASH presents Berlin´s smallest art house Das kleinste Berliner Kunsthaus in Kreuzberg. Ein ehemaliges Klohäuschen wurde zur Urban Art Clash Gallery… Dieses Projekt ist Geschichte.
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Besucht unsere neue Galerie im Yaam, An der Schillingbrücke 3, 10243 Berlin. Berlin´s smallest art house in Kreuzberg is an former toilet house rebuild to a gallery. straight on the riverside... his project is history. Visit our new gallery at the Yaam Berlin...

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48 Std. Neukölln Kunstfestival

this weekend in neukölln!

Urban Art Clash @ 48 Stunden Neukölln – Das Kunstfestival Courage. 27. bis 29. Juni 2014, Herr Bert Café/Bar/Gallery, Wildenbruchstr. 7, 12045 Berlin UAC EXHIBITION curated by ALESH ONE / DISSIZIT...

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vernissage tonight!
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vernissage tonight!

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we need to say SUPERDANKE to all visitors, supporters and art buyers. the URBAN ART CLASH exhibition & live painting ses...
25/01/2014

we need to say SUPERDANKE to all visitors, supporters and art buyers. the URBAN ART CLASH exhibition & live painting session was a blast!
today we are transforming the whole exhibition into a funky URBAN ART CLASH SHOP in the corner and offering original art and prints beside 60 illustrators, graphic designers and artists at the BERLIN GRAPHIC DAYS ART MARKET... the UAC artists will be live painting, sketching and signing the next 2 days... hope to c-yall!

11/09/2013

wir möchten uns hiermit öffentlich von den "wandgestaltungen" am häuscken distanzieren... das was da passiert ist, ist nicht auf unseren mist gewachsen! es gibt zwar noch ein paar bilder von uns, doch die werden bald auch der "realität" weichen... RIP KKB

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this saturday.... Urban Art Clash 2013 dont miss this exhibition/open studio!

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PHMX is an exhibition that features YOUR favorite photos during the KKB project ...
11/02/2013

PHMX is an exhibition that features YOUR favorite photos during the KKB project ...

PHMX is an exhibition that features YOUR favorite photos during the KKB project ...

14/11/2012

freunde... unsere fensterscheiben wurden mit steinen eingeschmissen. bis auf weiteres stellen wir unser programm für diese woche ein. ihr könnt uns heute abend ab 20h in der atlas gallery, forster str. 5 in kreuzberg beim sketch circle besuchen.

12/11/2012

dienstag 17-21h malen im häuschen... bringt eure farben und kleene keilrahmen mit!

10/11/2012

heute abend gibts beatjazz pur!

08/11/2012

haben gestern prostartige kunst gemacht beim sketch circle... freut euch auf ne coole kunstauktion!!!

04/11/2012

oooh la la la! that was a funky lounge last night... thx to onyx, kalma and every1 who showed up......

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09/10/2012

Artists currently working or exhibiting in the art house

CREN | MEIN LIEBER PROST | ESTEVAN ORIOL | SLICK | ALESH ONE | HAEVI | SOME-1 | PHOS4 | ORBIT | PLOTBOT KEN | AGE AGE | VOLKER WITTE | STOLEN GOODS | MARTIN TRAVERS | MATTHIAS KLOSE | OLIVER JESCHKE | ONYX ASHANTI | KALMA VJ | ALEXANDER RODIN | DJ EXPO ...

if you like to join us, send your portfolio to: [email protected]

work in progressss 1st exhibition 30.09.2012
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work in progressss 1st exhibition 30.09.2012

work in progressss 1st exhibition 30.09.2012

ditt kleenste Kunsthaus der Hauptstadt
08/10/2012

ditt kleenste Kunsthaus der Hauptstadt

ditt kleenste Kunsthaus der Hauptstadt

We´ve just started to do some audiovisual experiments in the art house. The very first session was the bomb and we had a...
07/10/2012

We´ve just started to do some audiovisual experiments in the art house. The very first session was the bomb and we had a great time with KALMA VJ and ONYX ASHANTI performing his Beatjazz. Episode 1 was a great meeting of friends and we do it every saturday till end of the year. hope to see you soon... Beatjazz is what you get when you cross a sci-fi obsessed electronic jazz artist with a futurologist instrument inventor. the result of 20 years of conceptualization that has taken Onyx Ashanti on a conceptual journey from mississippi to California to London to NYC and finally to Berlin, where he now resides. Beatjazz is a completely live, improvised form of electronic music with no boundaries. Onyx creates all aspects of his self-created style, live, from scratch...nothing pre-recorded or pre-concieved. he plays each part, one part at a time and builds one-of-a-kind sonic-architecture. So, to aid in this concept, he also created a one-of-a-kind musical instrument to play it with. he calls it a beatjazz controller. with it, every motion, every breath is creating sound which he transforms into space-age funky grooves. Onyx sounds like the offspring of Roger Troutman, Timbaland, and John Coltrane. having cut his teeth playing the southern California rave scene in the late 90's, he spent the first half of the the 2k's playing and recording with the likes of Soul II Soul, Basement Jaxx and Marshall Jefferson. the last 3 years has seen him take on the challenge of creating a new form of music for a new age. a form un-encumbered by genre. armed with a computer full of his own custom designed synths and effects, onyx can construct any style of music imaginable and quite a few that aren't. The beatjazz controller, which Onyx designs and "prints" at home using a Reprap 3D Printer, is really a three-way wireless sensor network that converts his finger, hand, and breath movements, into musical control data, which allows him to play synthesizers with dance-like movements and saxophone-like fingerings. In addition, Onyx created a light based “element narration” subsystem that relates sound types to colors so the audience has a better idea of which part of the arrangement that Onyx is playing at any given time. the system was designed specifically for beatjazz and the combination of the two together create a never before realized marriage of sound, light and motion. Onyx has now begun his new sonic journey in earnest and plans nothing less than to change the entire infrastructure of what the world calls music and to inject a much needed "live-ness" to electronic music culture by not only performing beatjazz, but also sharing his concept with the world as an open source project-controller plans, as well as musical concepts-, so that beatjazz may virally find its way into every aspect of modern music. Beatjazz is the natural progression and result of the atomization of music culture.

We´ve just started to do some audiovisual experiments in the art house. The very first session was the bomb and we had a great time with KALMA VJ and ONYX ASHANTI performing his Beatjazz. Episode 1 was a great meeting of friends and we do it every saturday till end of the year. hope to see you soon... Beatjazz is what you get when you cross a sci-fi obsessed electronic jazz artist with a futurologist instrument inventor. the result of 20 years of conceptualization that has taken Onyx Ashanti on a conceptual journey from mississippi to California to London to NYC and finally to Berlin, where he now resides. Beatjazz is a completely live, improvised form of electronic music with no boundaries. Onyx creates all aspects of his self-created style, live, from scratch...nothing pre-recorded or pre-concieved. he plays each part, one part at a time and builds one-of-a-kind sonic-architecture. So, to aid in this concept, he also created a one-of-a-kind musical instrument to play it with. he calls it a beatjazz controller. with it, every motion, every breath is creating sound which he transforms into space-age funky grooves. Onyx sounds like the offspring of Roger Troutman, Timbaland, and John Coltrane. having cut his teeth playing the southern California rave scene in the late 90's, he spent the first half of the the 2k's playing and recording with the likes of Soul II Soul, Basement Jaxx and Marshall Jefferson. the last 3 years has seen him take on the challenge of creating a new form of music for a new age. a form un-encumbered by genre. armed with a computer full of his own custom designed synths and effects, onyx can construct any style of music imaginable and quite a few that aren't. The beatjazz controller, which Onyx designs and "prints" at home using a Reprap 3D Printer, is really a three-way wireless sensor network that converts his finger, hand, and breath movements, into musical control data, which allows him to play synthesizers with dance-like movements and saxophone-like fingerings. In addition, Onyx created a light based “element narration” subsystem that relates sound types to colors so the audience has a better idea of which part of the arrangement that Onyx is playing at any given time. the system was designed specifically for beatjazz and the combination of the two together create a never before realized marriage of sound, light and motion. Onyx has now begun his new sonic journey in earnest and plans nothing less than to change the entire infrastructure of what the world calls music and to inject a much needed "live-ness" to electronic music culture by not only performing beatjazz, but also sharing his concept with the world as an open source project-controller plans, as well as musical concepts-, so that beatjazz may virally find its way into every aspect of modern music. Beatjazz is the natural progression and result of the atomization of music culture.

Estevan Oriol started his career in entertainment as a bouncer at hip-hop clubs before moving on to tour manage acts Cyp...
06/10/2012

Estevan Oriol started his career in entertainment as a bouncer at hip-hop clubs before moving on to tour manage acts Cypress Hill and House of Pain. During that time he became passionate about photography and began documenting his life on the road. When he returned home, his reputation afforded him unlimited access to photograph gang members and celebrities alike. His work has been featured in Complex, FHM, GQ, Vibe, Rolling Stone, and dozens more. Oriol has directed music videos for Eminem, Cypress Hill, Blink 182 and others. His recent photography book, LA Woman captures the beauty and danger of the subject in a lush hardbound edition a decade in the making.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Oriol pulls inspiration from the city and reflects its sensibilities in his work. Southern California juxtaposes the glitzy and the gritty more than anyplace on Earth and those extremes are visible both in Oriol’s choice of subject and execution. Whether he’s photographing gang life, a fashion model, or Dr. Dre, there is a voice in his work that is distinctly LA bred.

You can see his work in the current URBAN ART CLASH exhibition in Neukölln and some selected pieces in the art house. (Powered by http://jokerbrand.net/)

Estevan Oriol started his career in entertainment as a bouncer at hip-hop clubs before moving on to tour manage acts Cypress Hill and House of Pain. During that time he became passionate about photography and began documenting his life on the road. When he returned home, his reputation afforded him unlimited access to photograph gang members and celebrities alike. His work has been featured in Complex, FHM, GQ, Vibe, Rolling Stone, and dozens more. Oriol has directed music videos for Eminem, Cypress Hill, Blink 182 and others. His recent photography book, LA Woman captures the beauty and danger of the subject in a lush hardbound edition a decade in the making.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Oriol pulls inspiration from the city and reflects its sensibilities in his work. Southern California juxtaposes the glitzy and the gritty more than anyplace on Earth and those extremes are visible both in Oriol’s choice of subject and execution. Whether he’s photographing gang life, a fashion model, or Dr. Dre, there is a voice in his work that is distinctly LA bred.

You can see his work in the current URBAN ART CLASH exhibition in Neukölln and some selected pieces in the art house. (Powered by http://jokerbrand.net/)

Martin Travers is an international muralist, street artist and professional visual artist. He is highly experienced in a...
06/10/2012

Martin Travers is an international muralist, street artist and professional visual artist. He is highly experienced in a wide range of disciplines including murals, fine art, scenic and specialist decorative painting. Martin travels the world painting murals and working on community arts projects, giving workshops on culturally diverse developmental arts. Martin’s goal is to work towards building positive creative alternatives for “at risk” youth and communities. He specializes in teaching and facilitating workshops on this subject. Martin is certified in “youth arts” through the National University of Ireland, Dublin. “Journeys through Struggles and Dreams” is the name of my first ever body of work painted as a series on canvases after more than 15 years of working as an artist in the community or commercial field, usually doing commercial art to pay for doing community art. Many years of painting for other people, this new series is a stab at me being completely independent. I can for the moment paint the things that have inspired, moved, motivated and sometimes sadden me. It’s a very personal account of the people I have met on my own life’s journey from growing up on a council estate to chatting with revolutionaries in Cuba, seeing peoples lives destroyed in Palestine to painting murals on the side of a river in Kathmandu. These are some of the people whose stories, whose struggles and whose dreams I have carried and have carried me on my journey. You can see his work in the current URBAN ART CLASH exhibition in Neukölln, in the Atlas Gallery in Kreuzberg and very soon in the art house. We are also looking for some walls in Berlin (indoor and outdoor) where he can paint a mural. If you have any idea pls PM us or write to [email protected]

Martin Travers is an international muralist, street artist and professional visual artist. He is highly experienced in a wide range of disciplines including murals, fine art, scenic and specialist decorative painting. Martin travels the world painting murals and working on community arts projects, giving workshops on culturally diverse developmental arts. Martin’s goal is to work towards building positive creative alternatives for “at risk” youth and communities. He specializes in teaching and facilitating workshops on this subject. Martin is certified in “youth arts” through the National University of Ireland, Dublin. “Journeys through Struggles and Dreams” is the name of my first ever body of work painted as a series on canvases after more than 15 years of working as an artist in the community or commercial field, usually doing commercial art to pay for doing community art. Many years of painting for other people, this new series is a stab at me being completely independent. I can for the moment paint the things that have inspired, moved, motivated and sometimes sadden me. It’s a very personal account of the people I have met on my own life’s journey from growing up on a council estate to chatting with revolutionaries in Cuba, seeing peoples lives destroyed in Palestine to painting murals on the side of a river in Kathmandu. These are some of the people whose stories, whose struggles and whose dreams I have carried and have carried me on my journey. You can see his work in the current URBAN ART CLASH exhibition in Neukölln, in the Atlas Gallery in Kreuzberg and very soon in the art house. We are also looking for some walls in Berlin (indoor and outdoor) where he can paint a mural. If you have any idea pls PM us or write to [email protected]

05/10/2012

Artists currently working or exhibiting in the art house

CREN | MEIN LIEBER PROST | ESTEVAN ORIOL | SLICK | ALESH ONE | HAEVI | SOME-1 | PHOS4 | HANNES HÖHLIG | PLOTBOT KEN | VOLKER WITTE | MARTIN TRAVERS | ONYX ASHANTI ...

if you like to join us, send your portfolio to: [email protected]

work in progressss 1st exhibition 30.09.2012
05/10/2012

work in progressss 1st exhibition 30.09.2012

work in progressss 1st exhibition 30.09.2012

Artist: CREN "Aderlass" Acry & Spraypaint on canvas, 100cm * 140cm * 4cm, Sept. 2012 - Preis auf Anfrage -
04/10/2012

Artist: CREN "Aderlass"
Acry & Spraypaint on canvas, 100cm * 140cm * 4cm, Sept. 2012 - Preis auf Anfrage -

work in progressss 1st exhibition 30.09.2012
01/10/2012

work in progressss 1st exhibition 30.09.2012

work in progressss 1st exhibition 30.09.2012

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