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NEW YORKER supports art project Diversity United
The travelling show "Diversity United. Contemporary European Art. Berlin. Moscow. Paris." offers an extraordinary view of contemporary European art. Next Venue: Moscow
Berlin, Moscow and Paris – these are the venues for the group exhibition Diversity United, presenting a survey of artwork from over 90 artists across Europe. 
Through supporting this exhibition, NEW YORKER once again shows its commitment to the arts. In the past we have had successful collaborations with the artist Jim Avignon and the art collective KLUB7, in order to design a fashion collection for a broad target group. Additionally, we are actively supporting cultural promotion. We have built up our own music academy to create a place for children and teenagers where they can develop in the fields of music, arts, dance, theatre and urban culture.

The exhibition Diversity United. Contemporary European Art. Berlin. Moscow. Paris. offers a unique opportunity to explore different types of art and artists from all over Europe and will open exciting new perspectives for the viewers. This project definitely addresses a broad audience across all borders.

After a four-month run, Diversity United closed on October 10, 2021, having attracted more than 50.000 visitors to Hangars 2+3 of Berlin's Tempelhof Airport. Showcasing the artistic face of Europe, the exhibition will now travel on to Moscow's New Tretyakov Gallery. Press conference and inauguration are scheduled for November 22, 2021, and the show will last from 23.11.2021-13.03.2022.

Please find more information about the project Diversity United. Contemporary European Art. Berlin. Moscow. Paris. at:

Discover the NEW YORKER Art Guide Berlin now for more information about the exhibition!