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Berlin Mural Fest is the city’s biggest open-air gallery and was held for the first time in 2018. In the year 2019 local artists, including the collective Die Dixons, were joined once again by a wealth of global greats, such as PichiAvo and Okuda San Miguel (Spain), Adry del Rocio (Mexico) and Victor Ash (France).

The second edition of the Berlin Mural Fest

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Deutsche Wohnen is strongly committed to developing the urban art scene. As cooperation partner of the second Berlin Mural Fest, the company made building walls on ten of its properties available for urban artists to use as their canvas.

The district of Marzahn-Hellersdorf became a hotspot for mural lovers: many new works of art sprung up here. The buildings’ architecture makes their surfaces ideal for large-scale murals. Deutsche Wohnen was also eager to draw public attention to districts on the outskirts of Berlin and show how vibrant neighbourhoods outside the S-Bahn ring can be, too.

Overview of the locations

Ludwigsfelder Straße 14, 12629 Berlin (Victor Ash)
Ludwigsfelder Straße 12, 12629 Berlin (Boogie)
Alte Hellersdorfer Straße 133, 12629 Berlin (MadC)
Alte Hellersdorfer Straße 129, 12629 Berlin (Die Dixons & Oliver Latta)

Märkische Allee 158, 12681 Berlin (Adry del Rocio)
Märkische Allee 164, 12681 Berlin (Akut)
Murtzaner Ring 31, 12681 Berlin (Okuda San Miguel)

Manteuffelstraße 70, 10999 Berlin (Smug One)
Friedrichstraße 9, 10969 Berlin (Aryz, PichiAvo)

Impressions of the Berlin Mural Fest 2019

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