Art Gallery


AKA has incorporated a gallery space since it’s conception. It provides a space for the tattooers of AKA to exhibit their art and also invites artists from other creative backgrounds to display their work.

The gallery has exhibited painting, photography and sculpture and has provided a pop-up retail space to various creators and AKA collaborators. The AKA gallery is currently curated by Lindsey Marie White, for more information or to apply for an exhibition you can contact her at – CONTACT EMAIL

Artists 2018



An open call for works to be presented in our gallery at AKA. The project was a renowned success with over 100 submissions. Narrowed down 15 submissions from an eclectic group of 17 artists. Works including; performance art, painting, illustration, print, sound art, graphic design, photography and poetry.

Participating artists

Philip Ob Rey
Kimberly Gatjens
Nehemias Colindres
Marta Timon
Angelica Liv
Emily Bland
Paloma Bentzen
Mr. Ravenswood
Adam Menzies
Javier Alejandro Cerrada
Marianne Brepohl & Victoria Vassiliki
Vero Mota & Giacomo Whitetrash
Karolina Szulejewska
Anastasia Vtorova.

Georgie Harrison - (I'm) Nobody's Baby


RESIDENCE: AKA, Berlin INSTAGRAM: @tattoos_by_georgie BOOKING CONTACTS: ABOUT: Georgie Harrison is a Berlin based artist and tattooist of ten years. She has been a resident artist at AKA Berlin since 2012.

Previously a painter focussing on realistic figurative work, Georgie’s new body of work is a study of reduction and suggestion in the form of three-dimensional line drawings.

Despite the stylistic change, the works maintain continuity with previously explored themes pertaining to the female form and the feminine condition. The works also draw heavily on the stylistic evolution of the artist’s tattoo career.

Slava Shatovkin - Why so scary?


RESIDENCE: Ukraine INSTAGRAM: @shatovkin_slava FACEBOOK: Slava Shatovkin BOOKING CONTACTS: WWW: ABOUT: Slava Shatovkin is a tattoo artist from Ukraine and currently based in Berlin. He made his way into the art world long ago and in fact, since he drew his first crooked picture far back in childhood. Slava has now been tattooing for 3 years already, working on himself, using the opportunity to improve skills of designing and generally in communication.