About the Exhibition

You are cordially invited to the new exhibition of one of Berlin’s most beloved artists. Showcasing a vast selection of never-before-seen artworks, spanning a wide array of techniques, supports, and styles.

Forget everything you think you know about art shows, instead of the stuffy, boujie, traditional, vibes, this will be a true extravaganza of art filled with exciting, vibrant, and colourful art.

The exhibition will be opening on the 8th of October in the art space of the Nhow.

Additionally, the first 100 visitors will get a signed limited-edition print.

Who

I’m Stephan van Kuyk, a Berlin-based artist. Born 1988 in Basel – Switzerland and moving to New Zealand, Brazil and Argentina before moving to Berlin in 2015. After a disastrous time in school, I decided that a ‘real-job’ probably wouldn’t work out for him, making me decide to go into the creative industries after school. Since starting my career in 2010 I had a chance to exhibit across the world, curate exhibitions, open an art gallery, initiate an online community for artists, organized art festivals, gave public talks, consulted NFT companies amongst other activities in the art world.

What

I’m is presenting his new solo art exhibition: This is not an #NFT, a large body of new works, as well as some never before seen older works. This exhibition spans through a large number of styles and subjects, but all works share a pop art soul and the keen sense of irony that is traditional to my works.

Why

This is my biggest exhibition so far, so I’m pushing the boundaries and showcasing some of my best work yet, transforming the gallery space into a giant art playground rethinking the visitor’s role in the exhibition.

Additionally the first 100 visitors will get a signed limited edition print.

When

On the 8th of October at 7pm is the vernissage for the exhibition, you are welcome to enjoy a night of music, art and drinks.

Where

The exhibition will take place in the gallery space of the Nhow hotel in Berlin, an amazing venue to showcase these new works. Hotel nhow Berlin – Stralauer Allee 3