Art can do something good!

VogelART is pleased to present an exclusive art edition in collaboration with the internationally renowned artist Norbert Bisky. This special edition was created to support the Berliner Aids-Hilfe e.V. and Münchner Aids-Hilfe e.V..

All proceeds from the sale of this edition will be donated 100% to the Berliner Aids-Hilfe e.V. and Münchner Aids-Hilfe e.V.. These two organisations have been active in HIV prevention and support for many years and make an invaluable contribution to improving the quality of life of people affected by HIV and AIDS.  

The art edition 'Generalprobe' by Norbert Bisky, one of the most outstanding contemporary artists of our time, is the focus of this philanthropic initiative. Norbert Bisky, known for his powerful and provocative works, is thus supporting the fight against HIV and AIDS.

The edition will be released on 1 December 2023 on World Aids Day at

This is already the third edition that VogelART is releasing under ART AID for the benefit of the Münchner Aids-Hilfe e.V.. In 2022, VogelART, together with the artists Dietmar Lutz and Friedrich Kunath, was already able to donate 35,500 euros to the Münchner Aids-Hilfe.


Thanks to Norbert, Dietmar and Friedrich and to all who supported and want to support the Project ART AID by the purchase of one or both of this editions.


Berliner Aids-Hilfe e.V.

The Berliner Aids-Hilfe e.V. was founded in 1985 as a non-profit association. The aim of the association's work is, The aim of the association's work is to enable Berliners to have an informed attitude towards HIV, sexually transmitted infections and living with HIV. It advises people with HIV and/or AIDS. The Berliner Aids-Hilfe opposes the stigmatisation and discrimination of HIV-positive people in a biased way and in solidarity.

The Berliner Aids-Hilfe employs 34 full-time staff, 10 part-time staff and more than 160 volunteers. The GIPA principles, which include a strong involvement of people with HIV or AIDS, are applied in the daily work. Around 150 members of the association support the Berliner Aids-Hilfe financially and ideally.


Münchner Aids-Hilfe e.V.


The Münchner Aids-Hilfe e.V. was founded in 1984 as a self-help organisation for HIV-positive and AIDS patients and has since developed into a broad-based and recognised player in the help and care system of the state capital. With 70 permanent employees and around 150 volunteers, it not only provides advice on HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.


The Münchner Aids-Hilfe e.V. focuses especially on people in the LGBTIQ* community, e.g. queer senior citizens or trans* and inter*people. It is also involved in housing and care for people with mental illness, works with refugees and enables people with a path back into the labour market with projects such as Café Regenbogen or the conference centre.