... The Haus - Berlin Art Bang

Featuring 100 specially designed artists’ rooms in a building on Kurfürstendamm in Berlin, The Haus is the world’s largest temporary urban art gallery. The Haus will run from April until May 2017, after which both the project and the building it is hosted in will disappear forever.

With 100 local, national and international artists, The Haus is the world’s largest indoor urban art project. Located in a former bank building, each artist has designed his or her own room. Visitors are able to enter these spaces and immerse themselves in the artists’ images.

Völklinger Hütte World Heritage Site and the fourth UrbanArt Biennale® 2017 are cooperating with The Haus in several areas.

... le MUR, Paris

Located in rue Oberkampf in Paris, Le Mur is France’s foremost urban art project. Established in 2003, it aims to promote contemporary art, in particular urban art. Every two weeks, a major new urban art project is created on the wall on rue Oberkampf in the 11th arrondissement. Each new artwork replaces the one that preceded it, thereby preserving the principle of transience that lies at the heart of the urban art ethos.

... PopRat Saarland

PopRat Saarland is an association that promotes the pop culture of the Saarland at the national and international levels.

... the Saarland Museum Assosiation

The Saarland Museum Association is the umbrella organisation of the Saarland museums. The Saarland Museum Association has 100 members.

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