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Exhibition Ciao Coyote 8 Feb - 30 May 2020

Exhibition Ciao Coyote

from 8 February to 30 May 2020

Until the end of May we show the beautiful watercolor posters by Ciao Coyote. The colourful artworks were inspired by ancient figurative cave painters from the Lascaux and Chauvet caves. Whether penguins at the South Pole, yelling wolves in the forest or zebras in the savannah for every small and large animal fan, there is something there. The posters can also be combined wonderfully.

What is Ciao Coyote?

The label Ciao Coyote was founded in Berlin in 2017 by the renowned artist and painter Alisa Margolis. The concept for the label began when Alisa was pregnant. By this time, she was already trying to tell her child stories about the world. As a painter, her language is visual. This aroused an interest in the universal practice of visual storytelling in Alisa. This began with the ancient figurative cave painters of Lascaux and Chauvet. In addition, the question arising was how working artists could use the power of art and creative expression. How can we further promote and open the limitlessness of childhood, rather than closing it? How can a meaningful, sustainable dialogue with images be created that is lasting and lifelong?

She makes art prints to promote visual education. She also wants to strengthen the child’s natural curiosity by providing a canvas for the boundless play of fantasy.

More about the artist

The exhibition runs until 31 March 2020. We look forward to your visit to the Urban Art Kids Gallery every Wednesday to Friday from 14:00 to 18:00 and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

By the way, we have weekly workshops for children from 5 years of age. In addition, we offer a creative birthday program such as graffiti workshops, comic drawing, etc.

Just contact us under info@urbanartkids.com.

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Tree Heroes Exhibition

Exhibition "Tree Heroes" 22.11.2019 - 31.01.2020

Exhibition "Tree Heroes"

from 22 November 2019 to 31 January 2020

On Friday evening, November 22, 2019, Urban Art Kids will open the exhibition “Tree Heroes” by the artist Anna Käse.

In 2008 Anna Käse graduated from the Free Academy of Fine Arts in Essen. During her studies, she specialized in the traditional gravure printing technique of etching. In 2013, she opened her first printing workshop with gallery in Berlin in the Neukölln district. There she organized numerous exhibitions and introduced other artists and interested parties to the technique of etching. In 2017, she moved back to her hometown of Werl in North Rhine-Westphalia.

We are pleased to present Anna with her latest works to the tree heroes in our gallery.

Who are the tree heroes?

When it is fully grown, this oxygen is sufficient for the equivalent of 15 people!
It protects the climate by processing CO2 which is proven to be harmful to the environment.
But not only that, he donates 6,700 animal species in Germany alone to protection and food. Of course, even Menschen.Im summer, up to 500L of water per day evaporates through a full-grown tree hero. This corresponds to a cooling capacity of 10 to 15 air conditioners.
But it can also protect you from rain or prying eyes with its beautiful canopy.
If you meet several tree heroes at once (also called forest), you can enjoy a wonderful walk. This is good for your mind.
But tree hero, is not equal to tree hero. They have different symbolic strengths! Come and look at them.

The exhibition runs until 31 January 2020. We look forward to your visit to the Urban Art Kids Gallery on Thursdays and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

By the way, we have weekly workshops for children from 5 years of age. In addition, we offer a creative birthday program such as graffiti workshops, comic drawing, etc.

Just contact us under info@urbanartkids.com.

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Love without borders Tamana

Exhibition "Love without borders" 24.10.-30.10.2019

Exhibition "Love without borders"

from 24 to 30 October 2019

The Art Collection Love Without Borders’ Art travelled to Berlin for a week at the end of October 2019.

It was art created in refugee camps and housing complexes in Greece. The artworks were exhibited at the Urban Art Kids Gallery and were subsequently acquired.

Founder Kayra Martinez reported on the situation in Greece, the project and the possibilities to support the 85,000 refugees displaced in Greece.

More information about the organization > HERE

Here you will find some impressions of the exhibition.

By the way, we have weekly workshops for children from 5-10 years. In addition, we start the autumn with a creative birthday program such as graffiti workshops, comic signs, etc.

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