Paste-Up Festival @ Deutsche Oper

Paste-Up Festival: it’s a world record.

A total of 106 works of art from across the world have been pasted onto an exterior façade just under 500 m2 large at the corner of Zillestrasse and Krumme Strasse. The result is the world’s largest paste-up gallery, even if only temporarily.

It goes without saying that the Berlin-based collective RON MILLER will be making its presence known too. These graffiti and street artists have dedicated themselves to transporting their street art roots to canvas – authentically. Their style is a mix of ultra-professional painting, stencilling and an unusual, playful combination of colours and feelings.

Eight RON MILLER geishas in total will be present for guests of the Deutsche Oper Berlin to marvel at from 1 September 2018 to 30 October 2018.

The Deutsche Oper Berlin, the city’s premier opera house, and WANDELISM created the Paste-Up Festival with the aim of making a statement against the displacement of artistic and cultural spaces from the inner urban environment. The project is supported by Urban Art Week.