In recent years Jean Peut-Être has been pasting around the world, in the background of the city, on your walls but also in the "underground". He travels from Berlin to Buenos Aires through Paris, Barcelona, Brighton, London and much more, and so he meets more and more other paste up artists who also make so-called paste-up art. But Jean Peut-Être doesn't just stick frontally, he actually makes huge compositions with his collages and needs a basic material for it, which he partly prepares himself by screen printing and typography, or he collects posters, lottery sheets, antique paper, archive plans, etc... He and others make a round together, through spontaneous collaboration wild new compositions emerge, and very often Jean Peut-Être gets a few collapsed sheets of paper: stencils, drawings, paintings, photographs. Now Jean Peut-Être returns to Berlin with his suitcase and transforms our gallery into a backyard, full of paper, freshly pasted. Featuring: Fatal, Mimi the Clown, Treize Bis, B.A. Pasteup, Paris Redux 68 and Zelda Bomba.