Aug 25, 2012


In their current exhibition Jukebox Kontrovers, German artist duo Herakut showcases their latest series of sculptures, photography, wall installations, paintings and sketches.

Hera and Akut first met in 2004, while painting a large mural in Spain. They struck up a friendship on the scaffolding and have been inseparable since. Both have a background in graffiti and street art, but have since become established figures in the world of contemporary art, where they retain their pseudonyms. Together, they are Herakut. Combining as perfectly as their names are their opposing styles and tastes.

Apart from murals, Herakut exhibit their realistically fictional images in galleries worldwide.

Interview with Herakut

Haus am Lützowplatz

August 25th – September 23rd, 2012
Lützowplatz 9
10785 Berlin