Share this page 0

Happy in Berlin

happy art berlin
8pm Generator Berlin Mitte

You’ll be inspired with the latest addition to our Artist in Residency Project. ‘Happy in Berlin’ will be exhibiting at Generator Berlin Mitte throughout November and December and marks the official opening of our Urban Art Clash collaboration. The opening party will include incredible live painting and original pieces by artists from across the globe, as well as Berlin itself. DJs will be playing from 9.30pm. Sample their sound till late in the bar.

Exhibition open Wednesday till Sunday
14:00 – 19:00 h

Free for guests and open to the public for only €3

Facebook Event:!/events/623655917673054/

About the DJs…

MITCH ALIVE (Funkstation / SoulClap)


About Urban Art Clash!/urbanartgalleryberlin!/urbanartclash


Artist biographies

Robi the Dog
Robi the dog, a Street Artist from Switzerland, has been working with stencils since 2006. Robi uses multilayer stencils and sprayed on paste ups. He chose this particular method as a result of the extensive travelling he does with his work. It’s easy to transport a few stencils on the train and it is also easy to write a message through stencil works. His work is usually very colourful. Robi tries to show everyday situations from a new point of view, especially from a controversial one. In a way Robi is trying reflect our society with the use of sarcasm. He wants to bring things into question in a funny way. 

Born half french,half German in april 1970 in Lehrte near Hannover / Germany, lives and works in Berlin. Got involved in the hip-hop-movement about 1986. Started working in graffitti in 1989. Paintings in China,France, Belgium, England, Italy, Spain, Slowakia, Poland, Netherlands, Denmark, Russia, Switzerland & USA. Fine contemporary graffiti art.

El Bocho:
El Bocho is a Berlin based artist. He has been working on the streets since 1997 and is now amongst the most famous and visible street artists in Berlin. Communication and references to urban life are the main components of his work. El Bocho considers himself as an observed observer. It is important to him to work outside the art scene, as this reaches an audience that does not visit art specifically.


Got something to say about this event? Tweet us at:

Other events in the city

Book your bed

  • Book your bed

Group of 10 or more? Book here