Graffiti-Art exhibition at Bavaria-Brauerei, Hamburg / Germany
The last Urban Discipline exhibition took place in the Alte Bavaria St. Pauli Brauerei, a Hamburg brewery, in 2002. It encompassed 1,500 m² of exhibition space, upon which more than 30 renowned graffiti artists from all over the world displayed their works.
The many well-known artists participating, among them Zedz, Banksy, Stak or Os Gemeos, enabled the exhibitition to present its visitors with a wide range of different styles, themes and techniques. Graffiti culture’s multifacettedness, its essence and source of its consistent growth and evolution, was impressively and effectively conveyed.
Artists like Zedz from Amsterdam, Banksy from the UK, Stak from France, Nami/La Mano from Spain, Nina, Herbert, Vitche, the Os Gemeos from Brazil and many other from all over the world showed an impressive variety of how Graffiti can be interpreted.
The courtyard of the Alte Brauerei was the location for a very special exhibit: a huge mural contributed to by most of the over 30 participating artists, as well as a number of national and international artist friends.