Street art has a new, permanent home in Berlin.
Works by artists from around the world have gone on show at the Urban Nation Museum for Urban Contemporary Art in the German capital, located at one end of a street that is already something of a giant art gallery.
The opening exhibition, which will last for around nine months, aims to introduce visitors to the culture of urban art. Yasha Young, the museum's creative director, worked with eight curators from various countries to produce a show that explores strands including portraits, pop art and activism.
The scene so far has lacked an "informative hub," Young said Monday. She said that part of the idea is...