A-FENCE Street Art Gallery in Berlin

Experience art in public space – free of charge and accessible at any time without admission restrictions.

The phases of the A-FENCE street art gallery in Berlin

Street art is in a constant state of transition, just like the city that surrounds it. Images are created, changed, or painted over and then disappear again. This is also the case with the works in the A- FENCE Street Art exhibition. In alternating phases with different themes, the works change regularly. Street Art Ausstellung. In wechselnden Phasen mit unterschiedlichen Themen verändern sich die Werke regelmäßig.

The individual phases of A-FENCE:

Phase 4 „Metamorphose“:

The fourth and final phase of A-FENCE has begun. This year, a group of ten Berlin Street artists took part and creatively explored the theme of “metamorphoses”. For the first time, part of the construction fence was also designed by students from Berlin primary schools, who explored the topic of ‘urban development’ under the guidance of professional artists.

Phase 3 „Erblühen“:

The third round of the ‘A-FENCE’ exhibition was dedicated to the theme of ‘Blossoming’. A total of ten artists presented their thoughts and ideas on the topic, including Caro Amaya. Her mural ‘Primary Landscapes’ depicted the connection between nature and Berliners, how we interact as humans and how we change our behaviour through the experience of colour.

Phase 2 „Wir sind Europa“:

In the second round Age Age and the artist duo RON MILLER designed the A-FENCE Street Art Gallery. Under the motto “We are Europe”, the artists chose motifs that represent solidarity and common strength of a united Europe.

Phase 1:

The street artist James Reka started in August 2019 on a total area of 160 meters and covered the fence with an abstract painting that stands out with strong lines, dynamic movements and bold colors. In this way, a simple construction fence was transformed into an inspiring insight into Reka’s art world. The project was accompanied by Yasha Young, curator and director of the Urban Nation Museum for Urban Contemporary Art in Berlin until the end of 2019.